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Planning in (post)colonial settings: challenges for theory and practice

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Taylor and Francis
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  • Ht Communities. Classes. Races
  • Hn Social History And Conditions. Social Problems. Social Reform

Abstract

Planning processes that make space for Indigenous peoples in Australia appear to herald more inclusive and socially just practices, in the critical collaborative tradition, as they respond to Indigenous rights-claims and aspirations. The article describes a case in western Victoria where non-Indigenous planners are forging new relationships with Indigenous land claimant groups. The case extends current theorisations about more collaborative and socially just practices of planning in multicultural settings, and highlights the further theoretical and practical work to be done to fully realise the complexities of planning in (post)colonial settings.

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