All over the world, indigenous peoples are joining together to challenge the forces that deprive them of their lands.
The aim of the material contained in whoseland.com is to be of interest to:
Students - secondary & tertiary, political, social & environmental
Indigenous activitists from all around the world
Indigenous and native people from all countries
Legal representatives for claims and defendants
Organisations who are involved with disparate groups
those interested in getting involved with documentary information about these issues and details - not the mainstream media portrayal
The Internet is used as a new source of contact and connection for these people.
This site is intended to build its content to the year 2000. More media will be added periodically until a fully interactive multimedia documentary of Land Rights for the Millennium evolves.
Those that make this project possible are:
The Australian Film Commission
Produced by Creative Access - The principals of which have formed a new company: designIT
Served by Atvert Systems - Atvert Systems
Project Director - Jo Lane
Producers - Jill Reichstein and Debra Annear
Project Executive - Richard Frankland
Site Designer - Rachel Kerr
Timor Talk Editor - Peter Weiniger
Africa Australia Exchange Writer - Dr.Charles Lane
Special Thanks to:
Steve Kinnane - Video in Perth
Jo Heath - Video & Production Assistance
Mirrimbiak Aboriginal Nations Corporation for their kind donation of the JVC DVC video camera for recording the Exchange and for supporting the National Symposium, "Voice Over Land", Melbourne.
Australian Film Commission and Cinemedia Multimedia 21 Fund - Who both officially expressed interest in supporting this project.
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