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La Grange Yu, Edgar, Williams Feb 2009

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Yu, Edgar and Williams on La Grange Case Study, Indigenous Water Planning Forum, National Water Commission, February 2009

Yu, Edgar and Williams on La Grange Case Study, Indigenous Water Planning Forum, National Water Commission, February 2009

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    • 1. La Grange Water Plan: A Case Study
      • Sarah Yu, Joe Edgar and Susie Williams
      • for
      • NWC Indigenous Planners Workshop
      • 19th February 2009
      • Adelaide
    • 2. Presentation Overview
      • Background
      • What Happened
      • Engagement methods
      • Future
    • 3. BACK- GROUND
    • 4. WHAT HAPPENED
      • Process
      • Issues scoping with people
      • Work out a process and who should be involved
    • 5.
      • Original stakeholder structure
      La Grange Groundwater Committee Local water users Karajarri people Karajarri liaison person Department of Water
      • Other stakeholders
      Kimberley general public
    • 6.
      • On-ground studies
      Ecological Cultural The Plan Define buffers Dictated allocation limit Guides policy
    • 7.
      • Pajalpi (spring country)
      Native Native Title
    • 8. ENGAGEMENT METHODS
      • 1. Recognition of indigenous governance structures
    • 9.
      • 2. Capacity and awareness
    • 10.
      • 3. Inclusive planning framework
        • Issues scoping
        • Committee meetings and working out the engagement model
        • Involvement in investigation process (of values etc)
        • Re-engagement process (DVD etc)
    • 11.
      • 4. Relationships
        • Roy Stone, Susan Worley, Sarah Yu and Mulat Mulardy (been involved throughout whole process)
    • 12.
      • 5. Language
        • Interpreters
        • Translation
        • Training
    • 13.
      • 6. Recognising different communication
        • Art project
    • 14.
      • 7. Integrated Water Management
        • Nita Downs site visit
        • Capacity building
        • Assisting in decisions
    • 15. 8. Levels of engagement
      • On-ground (Karajarri)
      • Regional (KLC)
      • National (IWPG)
    • 16. 9. Collaborative Science
      • Respects culture and history
      • Encourages connections between people and country
    • 17. FUTURE
    • 18. DoW perspective
      • The Idealism of planning
      • Reflect on challenges and lessons
      • Need for ongoing engagement
      • Policy development as follow up
    • 19. Local perspective
      • Difficult concepts
      • Integrated planning
      • Indigenous allocation
      • Formalise in State and National policy
      • Engagement in management
    • 20. Community Perspective