Question 1: Diversity: Explain how diverse contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander societies are. Your answer can discuss geography, creative industries, cultural practices, kinship, belief systems and any other issues that distinguish diversity within Australian Indigenous societies. You can answer this question by focusing on one characteristic or cultural dialogue, for example the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visual arts. Question 2: Indigenous Intellectual Property Rights: Choose one or two case studies and describe what happened that went against Intellectual Property Rights, and just as significantly spiritual beliefs or economic opportunity. Your answer can discuss solutions such as Copyright, and any other measures that resolve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ideas being protected. Question 3: United Nations: What kind of protections are there for Indigenous Australians as characterized in treaties and declarations in the United Nations. In what ways are these important for establishing rights and positive results? You can use court cases, the United Nations website, the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the Social Justice Commissioner papers etc. Question 4: Australian Policies: What kind of policies have worked against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people? Examine two states in detail and critique their policies of segregation and exclusion. You can continue by looking at policies regarding Assimilation, as well. Question 5: Aboriginal Day of Mourning: What was the Aboriginal Day of Mourning? Why is the Aboriginal Day of Mourning so important in terms of the history of activism and the call for citizenship? Your answer can incorporate an overview of activism from an Aboriginal context, and can highlight significant milestones in gaining traction. Your study can include up to 1967.
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