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Citizenship & The Status of Indigenous in Settler Societies

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camille malafosse

on 6 July 2014

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Transcript of Citizenship & The Status of Indigenous in Settler Societies

‘Thus people from different national groups will only share an allegiance to the larger polity if they see it as the context within which their national identity is nurtured, rather than subordinated’
(Kymlicka 1996:133)
Citizenship & The Status of Indigenous in Settler Societies
T.H Marshall
Striving For a Decent society

Civil Rights
Political Rights
Social and Welfare Rights
Minority and Indigenous Rights
Indigenous Australians
The Sami People
Sami Parliaments
How does the concept of citizenship apply when indigenous peoples see themselves as members of fundamentally autonomous political communities rather than as citizens of the state?
1948: Universal Declaration of Human Rights

1980: Sami Rights Commission - Land and Water use, collective rights as an Aboriginal population

1987: Sami Act - Enabled Sami people of Norway to safeguard and develop their language, culture and way of life

1989: The Sami Parliament - The Sameting - established in Norway - Promote and enhance Sami self-determination

1993: Sami Parliament established in Sweden

1996: Sami Parliament established in Finland

2001: Sami Parliamentary Council
Identity: Sami's Flag & Anthem
Mick Dodson
Patrick Dodson
“Social justice also means recognizing the distinctive rights that Indigenous Australians hold as the original peoples of the land including:”
The community Guide to the UN Declaration on the Rights of
Indigenous Peoples – Australian Human Rights Commission 2010

This lack of collective rights is expressed through factors such as;
Rights of being a student
Income and Employment
Coming to an honest understanding of our shared history, a commitment to building cooperative partnerships based on trust and respect and recognition of the distinctive rights of Indigenous People
Would Australia be considered a decent society ?
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