Topic: Australian Indigenous Politics
The Northern Territory Intervention refers to a set of legislature that was tailored towards people considered indigenous. However, these legislations were passed without prior consultations from the people that the legislature affected directly. The main aim of the intervention was to ensure that certain human rights are observed and upheld, while others at the same time were restricted. At the same time, it was meant to protect the children from abuse and any other inhumane actions from the larger population. The fundamental role that this intervention served was the realization of development in the general economy.
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