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They are still affected by conditions and issues that are still influencing and restrictingthem to conform to communicating and engaging with the western culture. There are specific ways through which they are continuously trying to indulge themselves with Australian mainstream systems. Even numerous committees were created to regulate and promote these communities by the formation of suitable programs and organisations. Vital departments have designed Indigenous cultural practice policies and protocols to set emphasis on their lifestyle and to accept their culture as well as readily.
Question 8Community service organisations must provide employment opportunities and services for the potential needs of marginalised groups. List six groups that couldcome under the heading of marginalised groups.1. Individuals deemed "mentally incompetent". 2. Low-income individuals. 3. The homeless. 4. Indigenous communities. 5. Immigrants. 6. People with limited mobility. Question 9Make a list of 10 resources that could help service organisations embrace and respond to diversity.1. Collaborate with relatives. 2. Support religious and spiritual beliefs. 3. Compassionate communication. 4. Cultural activities. 5. Eliminate prejudice. 6. Show empathy and interest. 7. Celebrate multicultural days and holidays. 8. Research different linguistic support systems. 9. Serve foods of different cultures. 10. Providing resources and equipment that promote different culture. 11. Providing cross-cultural training. 12. Providing training regarding cultural competence. 13. Organise with willing parents to do in service visits with the children and/or staff to talk about their cultures and beliefs. 14. Implication policies and producers that promote and uphold diversity. 15. Offering refresher and ongoing training in diversity. 16. Increase the personal level of understanding about other cultures by associating with people outside of your own culture.