Table of Contents
- 1 What caused conflict between European and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during early European settlement?
- 2 What law shows how the indigenous are controlled?
- 3 What were the main causes of conflict between the colonists and Aboriginal peoples?
- 4 What’s wrong with Indigenous Peoples Day?
- 5 Why do some groups have collective rights and not others?
- 6 Why should we respect Aboriginal culture?
What caused conflict between European and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during early European settlement?
Aboriginal people were denied access to an important resource that sustained their social, cultural, economic and spiritual wellbeing. These cultures clashed with weapons; one with spears, the other with guns. Major battles were fought across the land.
What are indigenous peoples?
Indigenous Peoples are distinct social and cultural groups that share collective ancestral ties to the lands and natural resources where they live, occupy or from which they have been displaced. There are between 370 and 500 million Indigenous Peoples worldwide, in over 90 countries.
What law shows how the indigenous are controlled?
Unless they have negotiated self-government, most First Nations are currently governed by the Indian Act. They elect chiefs and councils to make decisions on their behalf and pass by-laws in a limited number of areas. First Nations have been living under the Indian Act for over 140 years.
How is the belief of country described?
“Country includes all living things. It incorporates people, plants and animals. It embraces the seasons, stories and creation spirits. “country” is both a place of belonging and a way of believing.
What were the main causes of conflict between the colonists and Aboriginal peoples?
Disease, dispossession and direct conflict Three main reasons for this dramatic population decline were: The introduction of new diseases. Settler acquisition of Indigenous lands. Direct and violent conflict with the colonisers.
What was the conflict between Aboriginal and European settlers?
The Frontier Wars refer to conflicts between Europeans and Aboriginal people including battles, acts of resistance and open massacres from 1788 to the 1930s. Australian Frontier Wars are said to have lasted from the arrival of the British in 1788 to as late as 1934.
What’s wrong with Indigenous Peoples Day?
It began as a counter-celebration held on the same day as the U.S. federal holiday of Columbus Day, which honors Italian explorer Christopher Columbus….
|Indigenous Peoples’ Day|
|Observed by||Various states and municipalities in the Americas on October 11th, in lieu of Columbus Day|
What challenges do indigenous face today?
1) Poorer health
- Poorer health.
- Lower levels of education.
- Inadequate housing and crowded living conditions.
- Lower income levels.
- Higher rates of unemployment.
- Higher levels of incarceration.
- Higher death rate among children and youth due unintentional injuries.
- Higher rates of suicide.
Why do some groups have collective rights and not others?
Why do some peoples have collective rights and not others? Collective rights recognize the founding peoples of Canada. Canada would not exist today without the contribution of these peoples. Collective rights come from the roots of Aboriginal peoples, Francophones and Anglophones in the land and history of Canada.
Why do aboriginal peoples want self government?
Why does Aboriginal self-government matter? It matters because it is one of the key building blocks for strengthening and supporting Aboriginal governments thereby promoting and supporting a greater self-reliance.
Why should we respect Aboriginal culture?
The goal of Cultural Respect is to uphold the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to maintain, protect and develop their culture and achieve equitable health outcomes.
How Aboriginal people’s relationship with the land ensured economic survival?
White Australia has been denying Aboriginal people the right to carry traditional weapons for 200 years. Only three years ago an Aboriginal hunter in New South Wales was charged with cruelty to animals for killing a goanna with a club, a traditional hunting weapon. There are many contradictions in this argument.