Discussion on how on-going Government/ indigenous relationships illustrate history’s relevance to contemporary Australian politics.
Colonization, adaptation and resistance, changing government policies and the recognition struggle are some of the issues that have made the contemporary Australian politics the way they are (Hunt, 2013). Ongoing indigenous and government relationships show that the indigenous people are now able to access health facilities, get food, employment, education, land rights and housing. After the World War II many of the indigenous Australians migrated to urban areas in search of employment, health facilities, seeking involvement in justice systems, educational opportunities and sport. The migrating trend was both voluntary and involuntary. Involuntary migration happened when indigenous people Continue reading...