This story covers every experience a Ngarrindjeri woman can go through living on a mission under 'The Act', (1) from her removal from family into an institution, to the recent Machiavellian drama that was the Hindmarsh Island bridge issue.
What does HIB stand for?
HIB stands for Hindmarsh Island Bridge (Australia)
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- Hia Technologies (India)
- How It All Vegan (cookbook)
- Happiness Is A Warm Gun (Beatles song)
- Haemophilus Influenzae Type B
- Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (various organizations)
- Hazardous Information Bulletin
- Headwear Information Bureau (New York, NY)
- Heavy Ion Beam
- Helmet Interface Box
- Hibbing / Chisholm, MN, USA - Hibbing-Chisholm (Airport Code)
- Holinfobank Metasite
- Høyteknologisenteret I Bergen (Norwegian: High Technology Centre in Bergen)
- Human Info Base
- Haemophilus Influenzae Type-B Capsular Polysaccharide
- Have I Been ______?
- 2-Hydroxy-Isobutyric Acid
- Heart of Illinois Beekeepers' Association
- Hellenic Irish Business Association (est. 2004; Greece)
- Higher Institute of Business Administration (Damascus, Syria)
- Hindernisbahn (German: Obstacle Course)
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Further, the sidelining of power in Edmond's analysis ironically (given the burden of his analysis) elides a set of critical differences amongst the powers and constitution of the various 'legal domains' through which 'the Hindmarsh Island Bridge case' has been played out.
Steve Hemming has argued that it was precisely the lack of privileging Indigenous voices, along with the initial lack of an anthropological survey, which led to problems in the Hindmarsh Island Bridge Royal Commission in 1995 (see Hemming 1996, 2000, 2002).
Report of the Hindmarsh Island Bridge Royal Commission.
In this paper I consider some dimensions of the many kinds of conflict that emerged from the Royal Commission hearings during the Hindmarsh Island Bridge Affair.