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Aboriginal dispute resolution

Ian Darling

Aboriginal dispute resolution

justice and conflict management in Canada

by Ian Darling

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Published by Peace Research Institute-Dundas in Dundas, Ont .
Written in English


Edition Notes

1

Statementby Ian Darling.
SeriesPeace research reviews -- v. 14, no. 4
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 86 p. :
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22165048M

In the last twenty years, there has been a growing interest in alternative dispute resolution (ADR), as scholars and practitioners seek more effective, context-sensitive approaches to conflict. Where formerly conflict was tackled and "resolved" in formal legal settings and with an adversarial spirit, more conciliatory approaches - negotiation, mediation, problem-solving, and arbitration - are. People must stop fearing the possible creation of many Aboriginal criminal codes. What Aboriginal people seek is the acceptance that there can be more than one valid and legitimate way to address dispute and wrong-doings. Aboriginal people do not wish to displace anyone else’sFile Size: KB.

In 96 libraries. Discusses the importance of Indigenous communities being able to implement their own models of dispute resolution which take into account traditional values and decision-making structures; proposes a model which could be adapted for use in traditional, rural and urban communities. p.: ill. ; 20 cm. Aborigines, Australian -- Land tenure. Aborigines, Australian. "This book offers invaluable insights to the reader. It belongs on the shelf of every student, scholar, or practioner with an interest in alternative dispute resolution and Aboriginal issues."—Paul Chartrand, Faculty of Law, University of Saskatchewan.

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal Contexts: A Critical Review. What processes are available to help Aboriginal people resolve their conflicts internally? What are the most common challenges implementing such a process? This report examines three dispute resolution processes and the differences between Indigenous and Western practices. • look at the rule book or get a copy (free of charge) • raise a dispute and have a dispute dealt with using rule 10 • look at the books of the corporation if the directors have authorised it or the members pass a resolution at a members’ meeting which approves Size: KB.


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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Larissa Behrendt argues for radical change in the system of Ratings: Aboriginal dispute resolution book.

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Where formerly conflict was tackled and “resolved” in formal legal settings and with an adversarial spirit, more conciliatory approaches – negotiation, mediation, problem-solving, and arbitration.

She points out the entrenched barriers to Aboriginal acceptance that they will get justice from the court system. She is sceptical of modern alternative dispute resolution arbitration, mediation, etc as the answer; the power imbalance, central to the perception of injustice, remains fundamentally unaltered.

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The book also explores the building of models of alternative dispute resolution processes based on Aboriginal cultural values and world views.

It provides practical tools to practitioners who are seeking to find more effective ways of dealing with conflict in Aboriginal communities or between Aboriginal communities and other stakeholders.

The competition is Sponsored by the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution and the Association for Conflict Resolution. INTRODUCTION In various parts of the world, Europeans have used criminal justice systems as a key colonial tool to dismantle and de-legitimise "the social institutions and political aspiration of indigenous people" (Cuneen3).

This book looks at the way in which dispute resolution processes can be developed to more effectively empower Aboriginal people and assist with the more equitable and satisfactory resolution of disputes between Aboriginal people and between Aboriginal people and other groups.

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