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After long delay, Minister appoints APY conciliators

By law, every Traditional Owner of the APY Lands should be able to appeal to a government-appointed conciliator if they are unhappy with a decision or action of the APY Executive Board... read on

No APY conciliators

Under South Australian law, every Traditional Owner of the APY Lands should be able to appeal to a government-appointed conciliator if they are unhappy with a decision or action of the APY Executive Board. For more than a year and a half, however, no one had been appointed to this role... read on

Recommendation 37: restorative justice and dispute resolution

On 30 April 2008, the Mullighan Inquiry recommended that “a process of restorative justice for the resolution of disputes” in APY communities should “be developed, implemented and periodically assessed”... read on

Maralinga Tjarutja: appointment of a tribal assessor

In 1984, the South Australian Parliament decided that every Traditional Owner of the Maralinga Tjarutja Lands should be able, if necessary, to appeal a decision or action of their land-holding body... read on

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