Another way: The intersection between First Nations peoples' ways of thinking and governance, accounting and accountability
Keywords:wisdom, relationships, practices, Land custodianship, governance, accounting, accountability
First Nations peoples' idea of Land custodianship implies that Land cannot be offered, taken, sold, lost or abandoned. This concept does not align with the Anglo-Saxon view of land as an asset which can be owned, sold or transferred between people. A team of researchers from Macquarie University, Southern Cross University and CQ University explore the differences between Indigenous and Western thinking and reflect on future opportunities for research, reconciliation and change.
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