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The International Association for the Study of
Common Property
INAUGURAL PACIFIC REGIONAL MEETING
SEPTEMBER 2 - 4, 2001
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA
DRAFT PROGRAM

Sunday September 2, 2001

5.30 pm - 7.30pm
Registration and Welcome Reception

Terrace Room, Royal on Park Hotel, Cnr. Albert and Alice
Streets, Brisbane.

Registration, and Welcome Reception for delegates hosted by Mr John McAuliffe, President, Queensland Division, Australian Property Institute, at which the IASCP President Dr. Susan Hanna, will open the inaugural IASCP Regional Meeting for the Pacific.
DAY ONE
Monday September 3, 2001
8.00 am
Registration

O.J. Wordsworth Theatre, Gardens Point Campus, Queensland
University of Technology, Cnr. Alice and George Streets, Brisbane.

9.15 am
Welcome

Welcome to delegates, and announcements regarding Regional Meeting.
John Sheehan, IASCP Regional Representative for the Pacific
National Native Title Spokesperson, Australian Property Institute

9.30 am
Introduction
~Eliminating Global Barriers: The IASCP's Regionalisation Programme
Michelle Curtain, Secretary - Treasurer and Regional Coordinator, IASCP,
Bloomington Indiana, USA.

9.45 am
Keynote Address
~Tradition and Globalisation: Common Property in Theory and Practice.
Dr.Susan Hanna, President, IASCP, Oregon State University, USA.

10.45 am
Morning Tea

11.15 am
Perspectives on CPRs under threat on a nation-by-nation basis

~Regime Change - Prospects for Community-Based Resource Management in Post-New Order Indonesia
Craig Thorburn - BAPEDALDA East Java Institutional Strengthening Project, Surabaya, Indonesia

~Common Property Resources - Opportunities and threats for rural livelihoods in Bhutan Himalayas
Francis Turkelboom, NRM Analyst, DRDS and SMV, Bhutan
Tayan Raj Gurung, Head, Information Section, MoA Bhutan
Sangey Duba, Program Director RNR -Research Centre Bajo, Bhutan

~Assessment of the forces that drive land use and forest cover change in Philippine Watersheds
Professor Rex Victor O Cruz, Institute of Renewable Natural Resources, College of Forestry and
Natural Resources, University of the Philippines, Los Banos College, Laguna, Philippines.

12.30 pm
Lunch

1.45pm - 3pm
Regional natural resources in focus - A

~Sharing and Management of Scarce Resources in Conflicting Situations: The Case of Traditional Tanks in Dry Tracts of South India
R Seenivasan, Programme Leader, &
P. Anandakumar, Senior Project Executive,
Tank Programme, DHAN Foundation, Madurai, India.

~Masters of a Domain or Property Owners: An analysis of forest use in Papua New Guinea
Ruth C.H. Turia, Human Geography Department, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University Canberra.

3pm - 3.30pm
Afternoon Tea

3.30pm - 4.45pm
Regional Natural Resources in focus - B

~Preserving the Roof of Queensland: Public Landscape, Indigenous cultural heritage, and home of the rivers
Jim McAllister, Lecturer in Sociology, Centre for Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia.

~The Issue of Water as a Property Right in Australia
Adjunct Professor Henry Prokuda, University of Queensland
Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Lawyers Brisbane

~The Influence of privatisation on irrigation water rights in NSW
Paul Taylor, Project Manager, Natural Resources Secretariat, and Tony McGlynn, Director Special Projects, Department of Land and Water Conservation, Sydney, & Warren Margin, Martin an dAssociates, Surrey Hills, NSW Australia.
DAY TWO

Tuesday September 4, 2001

8.00 am
Registration

O.J. Wordsworth Theatre, Gardens Point Campus, Queensland
University of Technology, Cnr. Alice and George Streets,
Brisbane.

9.15am
Traditional CPRs - A

~A Compensation model for leasehold property rights of Maori reserve land (New Zealand)
Professor Terry Boyd, Professor of Property Economics, Queensland University of Technology.

~Co-manage research as a strategy for informing the development of Indigenous and government management partnerships over the Great Barrier Reef.
Professor Helen Ross, School of Natural and Rural Systems Management, University of Queensland, Gatton, Queensland, &
James Innes, Project Manager, Social Cultural and Economic Information, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

~Customary Land Tenure in Papua New Guinea: Status and Prospects Dr Lynne Armitage, School of Construction Management and Property, Queensland University of Technology.

10.45 am
Morning Tea

11.15 am
Traditional CPRs - B

~Traditional land and collective management systems in New Caledonia North Province
Eric Sabourin and Philippe Pedelahore
Centre for International Cooperation in Agricultural Research for Development (CIRAD) ERA Territories, Environment and People Department, New Caledonia.

~Traditional CPRs, new institutions: Native Title Management Committees and the State-wide Native Title Congress in South Australia
Dr Jocelyn Davies, Senior Lecturer, Indigenous Environmental Management, Department of Agronomy and Farming Systems, University of Adelaide, Roseworthy, South Australia, Australia.

~Conceptualising Native Title as an analogous property right within the anglo-Australian land law paradigm
John Sheehan National Native Title Spokesperson Australian Property Institute Member, Land Tribunal, Queensland.

12.30 pm
Lunch

1.45pm - 3pm
The future of CPRs in the Pacific Region: Issues and challenges for the marine and terrestrial environments - A

~Mapping Moorea's Lagoons: Conflicts over Marine Protected Areas in French Polynesia
Barbara Louise Endemano Walker, Assistant Researcher, Institute for Social, Behavioural, and Economic Research University of California, Santa Barbara, USA.
~Valuation of National Parks as a Commercial Enterprise
Peter Elliott and Richard Reed, School of Geography, Planning and Architecture, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

~Capturing Fugitive Resources in a Globalised Economy: The Case of Marine Aquaculture in Hawaii
Assistant Professor Krisna Suryanata, Assistant Professor of Geography, & Assistant Professor Karen Umemoto, Assistant Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
~Market Lingages of Small-Scale Fishermen in Sorong District, Indonesia
Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences, University of Lampung (INILA), Bandar Lampung, Indonesia

3pm - 3.30pm
Afternoon Tea

3.30pm - 4.45pm
The future of CPRs in the Pacific Region: Issues and challenges for the marine and terrestrial environments - B

~ Market Goods or Cultural Goods - Dilemmas facing traditional Pacific societies
Dr Padma Lal, Director, Graduate Studies in Environment Management and Development National Centre for Development Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
~From Culture to Cooperation: Insights from Qualitative Analysis of an Australian Program of Collaborative Environmental Governance
Dr. Graham R. Marshall, School of Economics, University of New England, Armidale, NSW Australia.

~Conflicts and value trade-offs in the management of common property: insights from land use studies in the Australian Sugar Industry
Dr Thilak Mallawaarachchi, Reader and Senior Natural Resource Scientist, CRC Sugar, James Cook University, Townsville, Australia

~A Commons perspective on the Resource Management Act: A turning point for resource management in New Zealand
Professor Ali Memon, Environmental Management Group, Environmental Management and Design Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand, & Dr John W Selsky, Department of Management, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria Australia.

4.45pm - 5.15pm
Panel Session

This session will be conducted as a Panel, with the panellists discussing the future of CPRs in the Pacific Region, addressing both issues and challenges for the marine and terrestrial environments that have been identified in this inaugural IASCP Pacific Regional Meeting. They will sum up the thrust of the papers moving from a theoretical CPR overview to a regional CPR overview to local CPRs, culminating in the identification of regional issues and future action which will set the scene for a second Pacific Regional Meeting.

The panellists will include:

Dr Susan Hanna, IASCP President Oregon State University
Dr Lynne Armitage, School of Construction Management and Property, Queensland University of Technology.
John Sheehan, IASCP Regional Representative for the Pacific, National Native Title Spokesperson Australian Property Institute

5.15pm
Close of Pacific Regional Meeting
The IASCP President Dr.Susan Hanna, will close the inaugural IASCP Regional Meeting for the Pacific.

5.25pm
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