Guest Editorial:World Indigenous Legal Conference 2014 – Special Forum
AbstractThe World Indigenous Legal Conference 2014 was hosted by the Indigenous Lawyers Association of Queensland, and held at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, from 24-27 June 2014. The conference brought together over 250 delegates from the academy, legal practice, and community and government organisations, representing a diverse range of Indigenous nations from Australia, Aotearoa, the Americas, Pacific Islands, Asia and Africa to discuss issues of importance to the survival of Indigenous peoples worldwide.
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