The decision affects the whole of Australia... Although the formal declaration of the Court is limited to the land specified in the plaintiff 's claims, the comments of the judges regarding the recognition of native title are applicable to Australia as a whole. As Justice Toohey states: 'While this case concerns the Meriam people, the legal issues fall to be determined according to fundamental principles of the common law and colonial administrative law applicable throughout Australia ... no basic distinction need be made, for the purposes of determining what interests exist in ancestral lands of indigenous peoples of Australia, between the Meriam people and those who occupied and occupy the Australian mainland. The relevant principles are the same. '
The Mabo decision changed the legal, political and social relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. In recognising the traditional rights of Murray Islanders it changed Australia forever. The Mabo decision opened the doors for other indigenous people and groups to be able to claim ownership of land. They were required to prove that they had continuous connection to the land and maintained their traditional associating with it. The 'native title ' is the recognition by law that some aboriginal and torres strait islander people have rights to certain land due to their traditional laws and customs.
Mabo: The Mabo case was a judgment in the High Court of Australia in 1992 affirming that Aboriginal people could still have rights to land taken by settlers. Wik: The Wik decision was a legal judgment made in Australia in 1996 that protects the right of Aboriginal people to own land. However, it stated that Native Title could co-exist with other rights on land under pastoral lease but, if there is a conflict between Native Title and lease, the rights of the leaseholder will
In order for such an cultural activity to fully occupy the geographical place or setting, colonial power must gain control of the geographical space . Space as a term, is often associated with an empty, or a vacant area or idea. As a discipline, space is it dealt with as an abstract notion. However, French philosopher, Marxist, and urban sociologist Henri lefvbrev (1901-1991) argues against this. In his book The Production of Space, lefvbre claims that space is crucial to everyday life .
The dignity of any nation rests upon the elements that it possesses, this speech entails one of those essential elements, the right to change the flag of Australia. In the 21st century, from a narrow scope, organizations and from a broader scope, countries have accepted globalisation and have understood the significance of keeping aside any cultural differences by collaborating together. A flag is a nation’s pride and it represents the nation in any circumstance. However, it is also a responsibility of a flag to represent all the people of the nation.
Australian Planner, 50(4), 304. doi:10.1080/07293682.2013.764906 Just wanting to implement telecommunications capabilities for an organization isn 't enough. An organization must properly plan for implementation and ensure that the policies are written in a clear and concise manner for understanding at all levels of the organization. Ensure that the policy allows for growth with the future Information Technology capabilities.
Hi everybody, I would like to talk you about what are the communication objectives that we thinks the campaign should achieve. The first one is perception. As Homestyle’s key problem is that it is a new brand for the Australian market, it is important that the target audience becomes aware and remember of its products and its brand identity. For that reason, the second objective is association. Homestyle needs to establish its brand identity trough symbolic connections to characteristics, qualities and lifestyles that represent it and differentiate it from the competitors.
The ACCC promotes competition and fair trade in markets to benefit consumers, businesses and the surrounding communities. They also regulate national infrastructure services. Their primary responsibility is to ensure that individuals and businesses comply with Australian competition, fair trading and consumer protection laws. In regards to marketing the ACCC provide a broad outline of what is and is not allowed in terms of how to price goods and services, components allowed and not allowed when advertising goods and services
The purpose and research questions of this study The main objective of this article is to research and investigate whether cultures have a specific impact on leadership styles. With the help of this article we should be able to answer the question how cultures can influence different styles of leaderships; whether leadership styles are culturally linked and/or culturally biased. In terms of leadership, this paper will primarily show whether, based on the culture characteristics, it is more a transactional type of leadership or more a transformational type of leadership.
It was essential that Australians’ progressed in their perception of and attitudes towards Aboriginal Australians if the 1967 Referendum was going to receive the support it needed from the Australian Public. This attitude adjustment was evident
The One Nation Party (ONP) is not an aberration within Australian political life; historically ethnonationalistic movements and parties have long been present within the Australian political landscape. The New Guard, the Centrist Party, the Australia First Party, and the Australian National Socialist Party (ANSP) to name just a few. The presence of ethnonationalistic movements within Australia is ultimately a result of ‘unique phenomena growing out of specific political, social and economic conditions’ and requires ‘an examination of national contexts’ in order to ascertain why they exist and proliferate within not only Australia, but many other industrialised Western nations. To this end, a review regarding the emergence of the ONP will be
Stephen Blanks, secretary for the NSW Council for Civil Liberties, said the right to remain silent under police questioning and the privilege against self-incrimination were generally recognised international standards “which lie at the heart of the notion of a fair procedure". Both instances of Australian law manifest an erosion of our civil liberties, and thus, an urgent requirement for our laws to consider a balance between the rights of the individual with the needs for community safety, taking into account the liberty of the individual and the rule of
VIETNAM WAR ASSIGNMENT: STRUCTURED NOTES MAIN TARGET POINTS: Cohesion and Division Social, Political, Economic(minor) Differing and Changing perspectives of the impact/ conflict Impact/Effects on groups/individuals Consequences of Australian involvement Continuity and Change HYPOTHESIS FOCUS QUESTIONS NATURE, ORIGINS AND PROGRESS OF THE VIETNAM WAR ON AUSTRALIA • By far one of the greatest influences of the Cold War on Australia was revealed in the Australian involvement towards the Vietnam conflict. • The Origins of the conflict in Vietnam stem from various different factors, these of which include: Vietnamese aspirations of nationalism and independence: These aspirations derive from colonial rulers such as Japan and France.
Speeches made within the past are still relevant to today’s society as the issues they have faced are significant to the values of the present. The statement: "Any significant and valued speech is able to transcend its immediate context", is exemplified within Paul Keating 's Redfern Address (1992) and Noel Pearson 's An Australian History for Us All (1996). Within these speeches, the themes of taking responsibility for actions and the importance of reconciliation resonate as they have influenced change in present-day Australia through new laws and forming the basis of Australian society. Conducted in a predominantly Aboriginal community, the former Prime Minister of Australia, Paul Keating addresses a controversial topic in celebration of