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Thursday, 15 September 2016

Australia's Indigenous Peoples Fight for Constitutional Recognition

Australia's Indigenous Peoples Fight for Constitutional Recognition
- Indigenous Australians, namely aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, are made up of diverse and distinct communities, nations, cultures and languages. Both peoples are citizens of Australia, but they often seek acknowledgement on the part of non-indigenous society that they are also citizens of their own distinct societies with their own systems of law. There has never been a treaty signed between the Australian government and the aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander peoples, and calls for a treaty remain one of the principal planks of indigenous politics in