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Declaration of Peace for Indigenous Australians and Nature : A Legal Pluralist Approach to First Laws and Earth Laws - Anne Poelina

Declaration of Peace for Indigenous Australians and Nature

A Legal Pluralist Approach to First Laws and Earth Laws

By: Anne Poelina, Donna Bagnall, Mary Graham, Ross Timmulbar Williams, Tyson Yunkaporta

Hardcover | 25 April 2024

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This groundbreaking book delves into the lived experiences and collective wisdom of Indigenous communities impacted by colonialism. Through collaborations with non-Indigenous colleagues, this book seeks to inform current legal practices and advocate for a transformative shift toward justice, equity, and the recognition of First Law and Earth-centered law.

By presenting Indigenous stories as case studies and incorporating the collective wisdom gained through extensive discussions and exchanges with non-Indigenous colleagues, the authors highlight the ways in which Australian law falls short in upholding holistic principles and fails to align with First Law and Earth-centered law. The book invites readers to consider alternative legal futures that are rooted in respect, justice, and the well-being of both Indigenous peoples and the natural environment.

Through its thought-provoking analysis, literature reviews, and insights from Indigenous leaders, this book serves as a powerful resource for legal practitioners, policymakers, scholars, and anyone passionate about social justice and environmental sustainability. The book aims to ignite meaningful dialogue and inspire concrete actions to address the historical injustices faced by Indigenous peoples while fostering a more inclusive and equitable legal framework for the generations to come.



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