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Benedict Scambary

Document: Staff Publication

Taylor, J. and Scambary, B. Indigenous People and the Pilbara Mining Boom: A Baseline for Regional Participation, CAEPR Research Monograph No. 25, ANU E Press, Canberra, xviii+165pp.

Document: Staff Publication

Scambary, B. ''No vacancies at the Starlight Motel': Larrakia identity and the claims process', in B.R. Smith and F. Morphy (eds), The Social Effects of Native Title: Recognition, Translation, Coexistence, CAEPR Research Monograph No. 27, ANU E Press, Canberra, pp. 151-65.

Document: Staff Publication

Scambary, B. 'Mining agreements, development, aspirations and livelihoods', in J. Altman and D. Martin (eds), Power, Culture, Economy: Indigenous Australians and Mining, CAEPR Research Monograph No. 30, ANU E Press, Canberra, pp. 171-201.

Document: Research Monograph

My Country, Mine CountryAgreements between the mining industry and Indigenous people are not creating sustainable economic futures for Indigenous people, and this demands consideration of alternate forms of economic engagement in order to realise such 'futures'.

Document: Research Monograph

The largest escalation of mining activity in Australian history is currently underway in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Pilbara-based transnational resource companies recognise that major social and economic impacts on Indigenous communities in the region are to be expected and that sound relations with these communities and the pursuit of sustainable regional economies involving greater Indigenous participation provide the necessary foundations for a social licence to operate.