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Journal Article Task 

Lavarch, M. (2017). A new stolen generation?Flinders Law Journal, 19(1), 1-18. 

In "A New Stolen Generation", the author states a harrowing narrative wherein the story of the Indigenous individual named Park shares his living experience during the New Stolen Generation era. The author has stated how during this era, not only the small children as young as three years taken away from their Indigenous parents, but also they were placed inside the institutions. The author described how Indigenous children were forced to forgo their culture, heritage and even their languages. They were either adopted or fostered by the Western people. They were abused, forced to work in the field or girls were made to sew or cook food. The author describes from the Park narrative, that children were beaten or punished for speaking their languages and their impacts can still be felt today. The author describes the era of the stolen generation as the most violent and worst trauma, where the practice has left a trauma legacy and still Indigenous children experience mental and physical traumas. The author states from the eyewitness statements how the stolen generation has impacted Indigenous parents when their children were forcibly taken from them. Mothers faced mental problems and fathers resorted to alcohol as their lives held no meaning. 

Policy Document Task 

The policy of Assimilation Decisions of Commonwealth and State Ministers at the Native Welfare Conference, Canberra, January 26th and 27th, 1961

The policy document states about assimilation which means how the Australian government has a perception in distinguishing between indigenous and non-indigenous people residing in Australia. The purpose of the policy document was to create harmony and peace in between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people and create one community. All people should have equal rights and privileges and accept the equality status of all people. Policy mentions that any special treatment or measures granted for any Australian resident, be it indigenous or non-indigenous resident would be

 Temporarily and should not be on the basis of gender, race or colour. Special privileges treatment or grants should only be given or assisted as a matter to protect from the ill effects and support in the sudden changes to create a transition from one stage to another. The perspective of the policy was to support harmony and create an equal environment for the future sustainability factors in the social, economic and political environment. The policy states that the House honours welfare services, social and sporting activities or an extension of services should be equal for all the residents of Australia who are granted citizenship and remain part of Australia.

Book Chapter

Behrendt, L. (2021) Indigenous Australia for Dummies. 2nd Ed. Ch. 7 Pushing the boundaries of the colony. 99-121

The author in the book “Indigenous Australia for Dummies” states that the colonisation of Australia and the growing colonization of Europeans in Australia has caused a series of havoc in the peaceful settlement of the First Nation people. Not only Indigenous people have faced forceful dispossession from their land, but were also their children were also taken away from them, causing cultural and heritage destruction. The author states that the European settlement started with the outbreak of Chicken Pox disease causing widespread spread among Aboriginal people who had a compromised immunity leading to falling sick and dying. Eventually, Europeans started with the forceful separation of children from their Indigenous parents and killed many indigenous settlers during their settlement in different states of Australia. The author states how the growing settlement of Europeans in the distinct places of Australia like NSW, Victoria, QLD, Adelaide, WA, NT and Tasmania show an increase in the population of the whites and the nonexistence of the Aboriginal people. The author states how the growing White people civilization has caused increased massacres of Indigenous people as they have resisted giving their land known for its sacred values. Loss of traditions, language and cultural status has notably been seen to vanish among Indigenous people and children.

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