Australian Poetry This unit will be looking at how the Australian Identity is represented in poetry.
Executive Summary There are comparatively high levels of Indigenous representation in Australian state and territory parliaments, but none in the current federal parliament.
The proposed National Indigenous Representative Body is unlikely to change this situation. A possible response is to consider dedicated Indigenous representation in Parliament.
This has been a feature of the New Zealand parliament for close to years, but in Australia it has remained a matter for discussion.
Proposals for dedicated seats in Australia are subject to both compelling arguments and considerable obstacles. Rather, they are a concrete expression of a formal relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous constituencies. In Australia, where such a relationship is yet to be defined, dedicated seats could play a key role in the development of such a relationship.
Introduction There is a significant imbalance in the parliamentary representation of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Australia. In Australia persons who identify as Indigenous now make up 2.
However, with four seats now held by Indigenous members in the Territory, the total has fallen to eight.
There are two jurisdictions—New South Wales and the Northern Territory—where Indigenous members are ministers of government see Appendix.
There is, then, a disparity between levels of Indigenous representation in different spheres of government. There is also an absence of either a treaty, or a formal body, that defines the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. However, there are signs that change is possible.
The present federal government has undertaken to establish a National Indigenous Representative Body,  and delegates to the Australia Summit demonstrated continuing sentiment in favour of a treaty between Indigenous people and the Australian government. Dedicated Indigenous representation in federal parliament is a further means by which the relationship may be improved, either on its own or, more likely, in combination with these other measures.
Representation of Identity by Indigenous Population in Sylhet by Md. Sultan Mahmood Introduction Bangladesh was born as a nation state in The predominant popular narrative of Bangladeshi independence, which we have repeatedly encountered whether talking with members of the elite or ordinary people, bears evidence of a homogenous ‘Bangalee’ nationalism and a deep ambivalence . Data politics and Indigenous representation in Australian statistics Maggie Walter DATA POLITICS AND INDIGENOUS REPRESENTATION IN AUSTRALIAN STATISTICS relationship with ‘its’ Indigenous population. This racialised ‘politics of the data’, therefore, has powerful. However, the constitution denies the collective rights and aspirations for identity-based federalism of indigenous peoples, and Nepal’s indigenous peoples are thus still facing a number of challenges. Rights; Peoples 36 per cent of Nepal’s total population of million are of indigenous nationalities, according to the latest census.
Discussion of Indigenous representation in general—and dedicated seats in particular—last reached a high-water mark in Australia in and around These factors, together with renewed discussion of an Australian republic, and expectations of policy change on Indigenous affairs, prompt further consideration.
To address this, four main approaches have been developed: Some Australian Indigenous speakers have argued that both separate assemblies and dedicated Indigenous seats are likely to be unduly subordinate to the mainstream political process.
Together, they have proved effective in increasing Indigenous representation in parliament. In Australia, the approach which is generally proposed is an assisted gradual increase in Indigenous participation in the political process. Such an approach may be a practical one in view of forbidding constitutional constraints,  but to date has not led to sustained change.
This leaves us with the question of whether we should be optimistic about Indigenous representation in the states and territories or concerned about its absence in the federal parliament. Unlike Australia, New Zealand has had dedicated parliamentary seats for Indigenous representatives since the s.
New Zealand achieved parity between the proportion of Maori in its population and the proportion of Maori representatives in parliament following the national elections. At a time when Maori greatly outnumbered non-Maori, dedicated seats allowed the political power of Maori to be constrained, limiting their vote to the Maori electoral roll and the four Maori seats alone.
The first vote under MMP occurred inand since then it has played a significant part in increasing Maori parliamentary representation.
In list seats, political parties establish a ranking of candidates, and acquire a number of seats as a ratio of the proportion of the total vote attracted by the party.
There are, however, safeguards against electors swapping between rolls for the purpose of producing a particular short-term outcome. Electors can only change their enrolment during nominated periods, and this discourages such behaviour, since voters stay on their nominated roll for some time afterwards.
If that were necessary, it could cause considerable anxiety, as it has in Australia when other approaches have been contemplated.Aboriginal exclusion from Australian narratives, including filmic narratives.
Aboriginal exclusion extends a colonial ‘gaze’ on Aboriginal issues and ultimately Aboriginal representation in cultural productions, such as film, where Aboriginal people are shown as nothing else but victims, alcoholics, fringe, and slum dwellers (Kearner, 57).
On the other hand, higher levels of Indigenous representation in the state and territory parliaments have borne out many of the positive arguments of Enhancing Aboriginal Political Representation: among other things, that Indigenous Members and Indigenous issues have, as a result of a greater Indigenous presence in parliament, achieved a higher profile than ever before.
Representation of Identity by Indigenous Population in Sylhet by Md. Sultan Mahmood Introduction Bangladesh was born as a nation state in The predominant popular narrative of Bangladeshi independence, which we have repeatedly encountered whether talking with members of the elite or ordinary people, bears evidence of a homogenous ‘Bangalee’ nationalism and a deep ambivalence .
Year 11 English. Unit 1: Australian Poetry. This unit will be looking at how the Australian Identity is represented in poetry. However, before we begin to investigate any poems take some time to read over the following thoughts about the idea of an 'Australian Identity'.
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