By promoting and nurturing multiculturalism within Australia, we can build a more dynamic, more inclusive society that fosters the health and prosperity of all its citizens. By sharing and respecting our histories and our dreams, we gain a greater understanding of the human race, and develop stronger relationships with many other people, which will only aid in breaking through the barriers between the thousands of different cultures present in the Australian society, the Australian society to which we are all proud to belong. Think about this.....without cultural diversity, where would Australia be? What would our nation be like? I don 't think that any one can answer these questions.
With this, it’s why it’s vital, today, to introduce new strategies and tactics, of ‘good police practice’, to resolve disputes and offer & engage with a more positive relationship between Indigenous people and the Australian Police Force and to also show equity and integrity to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous groups within
Economic cooperation is an important tool to strengthen the economic and national consciousness. A nation is a group of people who feel they form a distinct community bounded by shared culture, history, territory, ancestry and destiny. Nationalism is an ideology seeking to establish or promote unity, identity and autonomy.
The latter two are present qualities of consensus to secure the involvement of various unions, and to establish common ground for their interests ascertained. To avoid having the government acting as a centralized government, Consensus embodies the workings of a federal and decentralized governmental structure. A bicameral legislature is mandatory in assuring equal representation. The upper house keeps the lower house accountable by lengthening the process of enactment. A fixed constitution assists in ensuring guidelines are followed, and prevents the option for particular groups wanting to accommodate their standing.
After reading multiple international organizations and inspirational individual’s meaning on governance, the term governance illustrates the method of which power is exercised in the management of economic, political, socialism, and administration authority a country’s affairs are handled. The U.S. economy, political and administrative system is strong and successful; which is the reason why countries
This review was established to reinvent the government by improving the federal bureaucracy by making it more organized, responsible, and successful. The goal of the National Performance Review was to encourage federal agencies to make flexible practices. The NPR was also aiming to cut red tape, smoothen out how the government bought goods, improve federal management coordination, and making federal rules easier. Can the Bureaucracy Be Reduced?
The development of the post-industrial revolution, the information age and globalisation are changing the nature of leadership. Leadership is one of the basic characteristics of abilities that lead to a competent quantity surveyor attempted by Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) and the leadership is one of the best ways to enhance QS’ professionalism, with leaders serving as role model for the staff (Abdul-Rahman et al., 2012). One of the critical success factors that would lead to project success is human management factor, including providing a cohesive team and leadership, good human relationship, and a comprehensive communication management plan (Abdullah,
Second, there develops an extraordinary confidence in humanity's capacity to know and even to master nature, society, and the self. Third, the problems of politics are not simply to be mitigated, but they are to be permanently solved. Fourth, the autonomous individual, rather than society, is assumed to be the starting point for constructing a political system that would provide the grounds for legitimating and justifying a political system. First, the new science provides an essential break with the medieval world.
Stateness, universalism and equality are three main characteristics of the Nordic welfare model. A strong and good organized state has a great importance for the development of a welfare state. In terms of the state the decentralization of power has a great value. For example, local government play key role in a building relationships with civil social organizations. This cooperation helps to makes process of decision making more intensive and take into account the needs of citizens.
Merton considers this concept as some kind of attracting people beyond the local boundaries (Ranjbarian and Gholizdeh Shoghl Abad, 1388: 94). Cosmopolitan citizenship and a set of Cosmopolitan tendencies such as the positive emotions about migration and low nationalism are intertwined (Bayram, 2014: 2). Typically, Cosmopolitanism is interpreted as a changeable political project, moving towards human rights, democracy and cultural diversity in the era of globalization (Held,
It supports the urban renewal and regional development which highlight the key achievement and future plans for cultural institutions in NSW. Thus, NSW is expected to deliver enormous social, political and cultural impact as well as sustainable economic growth over Australia. The policy integrates creative output in economic terms as ‘the cultural sector’ to supports employment and contributes to
PPD 21 focuses on critical infrastructure as a whole and primarily addresses the roles and responsibilities of the federal agencies. Within PPD 21 are references to the partnership between the public and private sectors. This is clearest in the second action for implementation that focusing entirely on evaluating the partnership. Feedback from the private sector on the effectiveness and benefits of the partnership will guide the future interactions and lead to improved
The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has been evaluated as a lasting legacy for Gillard (Nicholson 2013, pp.6) in aiming to reduce inequities faced by individuals and groups in society. This legacy is further benefitted by Gillard’s goal to revolutionise education, through increased funding and adopting a student-centred approach to education and national curriculum (Gillard 2012b). By focusing on equality and fairness (Johnson 2011, pp.572), the Gillard government saw success in policies regarding introducing national employment standards under the Fair Work Commission Act 2009 (Government of Australia, 2010), reinvigorating multiculturalism (Tavan 2012, pp.547) and finally initiating the use of plain tobacco packaging, a huge achievement in society (Arkley 2014,
We contend then, as now, that the Australian Defence Industry, supported by Defence research, must be nurtured and encouraged as an essential part of the nation 's defence capability, to support the Australian economy and to provide jobs for Australians. We also contend that research into key aspects of defence with the potential to advance technology and hence provide the Australian Defence Force (ADF) with a war fighting advantage when sent in harm 's way is vital. Such research has the additional advantage of providing Australian defence planners with up to date advice about world 's best practice in the realm of defence and security
Strengthening Community Actions: Communities power to identify and implement actions directly addressing the healthy lifestyles of individuals plays a major role. Shape Up Australia acknowledges communities abilities to work as a unit by providing and setting health priorities, decisions and implementing strategies. Shape Up Australia emphasises the importance of changing lifestyles as a nation stating “As a nation, our waistlines are growing. Today, over 63% of Australian adults and one in four children are overweight or obese.” , this brings a sense of community and unity in working to improve overall