This is a searchable database of the Centre's publications and other research outputs.
The database provides a selective list of the Centre's research outputs. For more inclusive lists, please visit the individual profile pages of NCIS academic staff, adjunct scholars, and Higher Degree by Research (HDR) scholars.
|2016||Place-based planning in remote regions: Cape York Peninsula, Australia and Nunavut, Canada.||Book chapter|
|Wensing, Ed||2016||The Commonwealth’s Indigenous land tenure reform agenda: Whose aspirations, and for what outcomes?.||Report|
|Wensing, Ed||2016||Dealings in native title and statutory Aboriginal land rights lands in Australia: What land tenure reform is needed?.||Book chapter|
|2015||Unsettling planning’s paradigms: Toward a just accommodation of Indigenous rights and interests in Australian urban planning?.||Journal article|
|Wensing, Ed||2015||In denial and disarray: Recent history of funding for municipal and essential services in discrete/remote Aboriginal communities (in Australia).||Working/technical paper|
|2014||Conflicting world views: Disjuncture between climate change knowledge, land use planning and disaster resilience in remote Indigenous communities in Northern Australia.||Journal article|
|2014||Natural hazard resilient communities and land use planning: The limitations of planning governance in tropical Australia.||Journal article|
|Wensing, Ed||2014||Land Justice for Indigenous Australians: Dealings in native title lands and statutory Aboriginal land rights regimes in northern Australia and why land tenure reform is critical for the social, economic and cultural reconstruction of Aboriginal people and communities.||Conference paper|
|Wensing, Ed||2014||Land justice for Indigenous Australians: Dealings in native title lands and statutory Aboriginal land rights regimes in Australia and why land tenure reform is critical for the social reconstruction of Aboriginal people and communities.||Conference paper|
|Wensing, Ed||2014||Designing social change to rebuild the Narrabundah Longstay Park.||Conference paper|