NTRU

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AcronymDefinition
NTRUNative Title Research Unit (AIATSIS)
NTRUNorthern Territory Rugby Union (Australia)
NTRUNumber Theorists R Us
NTRUN-Th Degree Truncated Polynomial Ring
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2: case studies, Native Title Research Unit, AIATSIS, Canberra, pp.287-318.
On the idea of coexistence, see also Maureen Tehan, 'Co-Existence of Interests In Land: A Dominant Feature of the Common Law' (Issues Paper No 12, Native Title Research Unit, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, 1997); Kent McNeil, "Co-existence of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Land Rights: Australia and Canada Compared in Light of the Wik Decision' (1997) 4(5) Indigenous Law Bulletin 4.
Reviewed by Claire Stacey, Native Title Research Unit, AIATSIS <claire.stacey@aiatsis.gov.au>
Research activities are conducted predominantly by staff in the Research Section and the Native Title Research Unit. A research grants program provides funding for external researchers to conduct their own research.
The Institute's activities in this research area are conducted primarily through the Native Title Research Unit (NTRU).
Ms Bauman worked on a paper exploring the authorisation and resolution of boundary overlap processes implemented through the Queensland South Native Title Services Strategic Plan, which was published in the Native Title Research Unit's (NTRU) new Research Monograph Series in June 2008.
Dr Lisa Strelein Visiting Research Fellow and Director of the Native Title Research Unit (NTRU) is also currently Director of Research Programs.
Jessica Weir, Visiting Research Fellow, Native Title Research Unit, AIATSIS
Sutton, Peter 1994 'The relative strengths of oral and written evidence', Proof and Management of Native Title: Summary of proceedings of a workshop: Conducted by the Native Title Research Unit, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies at University House, Canberra 31 January to 1 February 1994, AIATSIS, Canberra, pp.20-4.
Toni Bauman, Visiting Research Fellow, Native Title Research Unit, has completed the three-year Indigenous Facilitation and Mediation Project (IFaMP) within the Native Title Research Unit.
Ms Toni Bauman, Visiting Research Fellow in the Native Title Research Unit, is the manager of the Indigenous Facilitation and Mediation Project (IfaMP) which is now in its third and final year.