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Mabo Oration 2011 : commentary / by Bryan Keon-Cohen
Bib ID 6254288
Format BookBook
Author
Keon-Cohen, Bryan
 
Description [Brisbane : Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland, 2011] 
7 leaves : ill., 1 port. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"3 July 2011"

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Mabo Oration 2011: Follow the stars : indigenous culture, knowledge and intellectual property rights

Subjects Mabo, Eddie, - 1936-1992.  |  Cultural property - Protection - Law and legislation - Australia.  |  Intellectual property - Australia.  |  Torres Strait Islanders - Material culture.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Material culture.
Other authors/contributors Janke, Terri
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