February/March 2002 Volume 5, Issue 15

The February - March 2002 general issue of the Indigenous Law Bulletin includes a feature article, a community talk piece, a variety of stirrings pieces, a casenote and two book reviews.


The effects of globalisation on Indigenous communities in Latin America: case studies from Nicaragua
by Tom Jewiss 

Community Talk      

Mediating the mindset of opposition: the Yorta Yorta case
by Dr Wayne Atkinson


Drowning one's sorrow: the legal implications of alcoholism among Indigenous peoples
by Leon Sheleff

Recent developments in NSW in the area of Aboriginal family mediation
by Loretta Kelly

Just when you thought it was safe to talk about Hindmarsh Island
by Greg Ogle


The Kenbi Land Claim
by Ron Levy

Book Reviews

An unsettled history: Treaty claims in New Zealand today
by Professor Alan Ward
reviewed by Te Marino Lenihan

Race: John Howard and the remaking of Australia
by Andrew Markus
reviewed by Nathan Tyson


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