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Author: Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation
Publisher: Australian Government Publishing Service (1994)
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2 council for aboriginal reconciliation australian . Reconciliation must live in the hearts and minds of all Australians.

2 COUNCIL FOR ABORIGINAL RECONCILIATION AUSTRALIAN DECLARATION TOWARDS RECONCILIATION We, the peoples of Australia, of many origins as we are, make a commitment to go on together in a spirit of reconciliation. We value the unique status of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the original owners and custodians of lands and waters. We desire a future where all Australians enjoy their rights, accept their responsibilities, and have the opportunity to achieve their full potential.

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Other articles where Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation is discussed: Patrick Dodson. he founding chairperson of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation (CAR) from 1991 to 1997, however, that led to his becoming known as the Father of Reconciliation. He also served as cochair of the Expert Panel for Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians (2010–16). the founding chairperson of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation (CAR) from 1991 to 1997, however, that led to his becoming known as the Father of Reconciliation.

Patrick Dodson Former Chair, Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation.

Australia’s history extends beyond 1788, when the first fleet of new arrivals from England set foot on the sands of Botany Bay. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have inhabited Australia since millennia, and their cultures, laws, ceremonies and connection to the land is strong and enduring. Sharing our history means honouring Australians who have stood up for Aboriginal rights over the years. Patrick Dodson Former Chair, Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation.

History of indigenous issues' component . Collection difficulties. In 1995-96, the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation and AustLII jointly created the first stage of the Reconciliation and Social Justice Library on the Internet, and established a productive working relationship and recognition of common goals. This large-scale prototype project involved over 100 MB of texts, most notably the full text of the 97 volumes of the Reports of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.

A Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation is established by this section. d) to provide a forum for discussion by all Australians of issues relating to reconciliation with Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders and of policies to be adopted by Commonwealth, State, Territory and local governments to promote reconciliation; and. (e) to advise the Minister on policies to promote reconciliation between Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders and the wider Australian community; and. (f) to provide information and advice to the Minister in accordance with section 8; and.

establishment of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation (CAR), this . Figure 1: key events in australias reconciliation history.

establishment of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation (CAR), this report examines the state of reconciliation in Australia today. The report uses a five dimensional framework of reconciliation to measure and analyse Australias progress over this time and set out a roadmap for a reconciled Australia. Reconciliation must transcend Australian political theatre and promote a sense of national unity. All Australians should feel, as a nation, connected to the tens of thousands of years of human occupation of the Australian continent and surrounding Islands.

The concept of ‘sharing histories’ has been a key goal of the Australian Reconciliation process

The concept of ‘sharing histories’ has been a key goal of the Australian Reconciliation process. It involves a widespread popular concept of history as a collection of facts, to which previously excluded voices can be simply addedin to make the collection more comprehensive. For Indigenous Australian people, formal equality means that their claims for land, compensation and the recognition of their culture must be assessed through the eyes of white judges in white courts. Even when those judges strive to apply the law equally, they will inevitably be applying Eurocentric beliefs and values.

The prime minister’s apparent about-face on reconciliation was met with a mixed reception from Aboriginal leaders. We fight for the establishment of a society in which social need and not corporate profit is the guiding principle. A number of sharp criticisms were issued. Mr Howard’s actions over 11 years belie his words, David Ross, director of the Northern Territory’s Central Land Council, declared.

Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation. Reconciliation Australia is funded from corporate and government partnerships as well as tax deductible donations from individual Australians. January 2001; 18 years ago (2001-01). The organisation works with business, government and individual Australians to bring about change, identifying and promoting examples of reconciliation in action. Reconciliation Australia also independently monitors Australia’s progress towards reconciliation. YouTube Encyclopedic.

The history of the Aboriginal inhabitants of Western Australia has been dated as existing for 50-70 thousand years before European contact. This article only deals with documented history from non indigenous sources since European settlement in Perth.