Contemporary Realities and Rights

Contemporary Realities and Rights

Write two 550 word responses that make links between a contemporary Indigenous Australian circumstance, Australia?s history and the Human and Indigenous rights frameworks that inform change in the future, using the following structure:

Identify and describe a contemporary circumstance that affects Indigenous Australians such as one of those explored in Module 3 (education, employment, health, criminal justice, native title ).
Locate recent and relevant statistics that provide insights into the situation and provide a written description of the issues.
Briefly explain how this situation was created by colonisation and policies and practices (such as dispossession, ?protection?, segregation, assimilation, the Stolen Generations ).
List at least two Rights, at least one of which is an Indigenous Right, which align with the contemporary circumstance being discussed. (Reference the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, 2007 and UN Declaration of Human Rights,1948)
Describe how the Indigenous and/or Human Right chosen aims to improve the circumstance affecting Indigenous peoples under discussion. Give an example of a contemporary policy that aims to redress Indigenous people?s loss of rights, and attempts to improve their circumstance.
Include a reference list on a separate page.

Reference requirements
Use at least six (6) reference sources in total.
At least three (3) of the references must be from the reading list.
You can use websites for your statistical information, but use reputable websites such as government websites or the Australia Bureau of Statistics. Do not reference Creative Spirits, Wikipedia, Skwirk/Red Apple or Australians Together as these are unreliable sources.
Do not cite or reference the modules. You need to cite and reference the readings linked to the modules.
Use in-text citations to identify other people?s ideas and words. These in-text citations must follow the APA referencing style. Quotes must be in quotation marks and the in-text citation must include the page number.
The reference list must follow the APA style.

Formal and respectful language requirements
This assessment task must be in professional and formal language. This means there should be no contractions, abbreviations or slang. Write in the third person; avoid the use of ?I?.
Care must be taken to avoid spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.
Respectful and appropriate terminology must be used when referring to and writing about Indigenous Australian people and cultures.
explores contemporary Indigenous Australian circumstances, how they came to be and how international human rights frameworks can inform change in the future. to consider proactive strategies for change that addresses Indigenous Australian disadvantage.
formal written skills and the use of respectful wording when discussing Indigenous Australians and cultures, and requires you to locate and evaluate sources of information.
The task addresses the following learning outcomes:
Outcome describe post-colonisation policies and practices and their impact on Indigenous Australian communities and families
Outcome identify Australia’s obligations under the United Nations human rights framework for the protection of Indigenous Australian Human Rights
Outcome Ioutline a range of contemporary issues which impact upon Indigenous Australian peoples and communities
Outcome demonstrate professional communication skills when working with Indigenous Australian peoples and communities.
Assessable components
Outlines contemporary issues and their impacts on Indigenous Australians and communities.
Explains how contemporary Indigenous circumstances have been created by history and policy.
Identifies appropriate Human and Indigenous rights and describes how they relate to and can improve contemporary Indigenous Australian circumstances.
Selects and uses appropriate terminology and uses professional and respectful language.


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