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are they will "change" their way to live the land. So they try to adapt their life to the nature that hosts Page 7 of 10 CHCECE001 Develop cultural competency CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/pr Torres Strait Islander cultural safety, V7 January 2016
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them. They are divided in clan and they all have different dialects. They recognise "traditional lands" by geographic boundaries such as rivers, lakes or mountains. The have the strong ability to track down animals, to identify and locate edible plants, to find sources of water and fish. For Aboriginal people all that is sacred is in the land. Knowledge of sacred sites is learned through a process of initiation and gaining an understanding of Aboriginal law 2) Write 1/2 page on one of the following historical events: Colonisation Mabo Stolen Generations Sorry Day National Apology The National Sorry Day has been celebrate since 1998, on the 26 of May. Is a way to remember and commemorate the mistreatment of the country's indigenous population. Why 26 of May? Because On 26 May 1997, the Bringing Them Home report was tabled in Parliament.The annual National Sorry Day commemorations remind and raise awareness for politicians, policy makers, and the public about the significance of the forcible removal policies and their impact on the children that were taken( Stolen generation), but also on their families and communities. The 1997 Bringing Them Home report state that the Prime Minister apologise to the Stolen Generation, but sadly the Prime Minister John Howard refused to do it. After one year the Prime Minister John Howard moved a Motion of Reconciliation, which included an expression of "deep and sincere regret that indigenous Australians suffered injustices under the practices of past generations, and for the hurt and trauma that many indigenous people continue to feel as a consequence of those practices". The opposition leader Kim Beazley moved to replace John Howard's motion of regret with an unreserved apology which was not successful.n response, a popular movement evolved to celebrate "sorry day" in the absence of formal political recognition from the conservative government. ( - australia/australian-story/sorry-day-stolen-generations and ) 3) Pick 1 current issue of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities such as social, political or economic and write one paragraph in your own words describing the issue and the impact this has had on the community. Aboriginal Land rights in Australia is one of the current issue of Aboriginal people. This struggle as a long story behind and I think there is still lot to do about this issue. The development and prosperity of Australia is in a big part a result of take the land form Aboriginal, we forced them into slave labour and deprive them basic of human rights. What happen to them was and is , because is still going on, really disrespectful for the name of human being. But it is sad to admit that is part of the history of the entire humanity.
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