With UNESCO's acknowledgement that Indigenous groups globally are challenged from 'development', global warming and globalisation and the Australian government's adoption of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, how might Indigenity assert itself legally, culturally, socially and technologically to secure/ensure an equitable and respected place in a multicultural globalised Australian context?
How might key Aboriginal issues underpinned by land and country, economic development, urban and regional planning, traditional owners, cultural heritage and art, human rights and ethics be considered and applied in a changing world and in Australian workplaces and community?
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