Much of the dominant environmental discourse marginalises Indigenous people in multiple ways. This advanced course introduces key concepts and issues for thinking about the needs and aspirations of Indigenous peoples in land, resources and heritage, and the structures and processes that have denied, ignored or subsumed those needs and aspirations. It offers alternative ways of responding and their implications for creating more equitable and sustainable futures. The course is a strong foundation for professionals working in a range of industries including planning, environmental management, policy, community development and tourism.
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- Sippy Downs: Semester 2
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GEO700 Course Outline Semester 2, 2017 (PDF 203KB) Students enrolled in this course should check the course Blackboard site to ensure that they are accessing the most recent approved version of the course outline.
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