aborigines

The Aboriginal people are a nomadic people who came to the land on which Australia is located (currently), where it was estimated that they existed about fifty thousand years ago, noting that the area was not inhabited by anyone before them. The food is from plants and trees. It is worth noting that the people’s authority was in the hands of the elders with experience and wisdom, and with the passage of time the number of aborigines in Australia increased; Where their number reached about three hundred thousand people at the beginning of the European settlement of the land of Australia,[1] This is out of the total population of Australia, which is twenty-three million people, of whom the people of the original race take three percent of this number.[2]

The cultural aspect of the Aboriginal

The civilization founded by the Aborigines was distinguished from the rest of human civilizations; They had a special way in the art of drawing; It is the drawing using suggestive symbols, and carving them on tree trunks or rocks, and they expressed through this method their customs, beliefs, ancestor stories, and ancient history, noting that some of these drawings were found in the caves of the southern Australian continent. On the other hand, the Aborigines spoke among themselves using about two hundred and fifty languages, but most of these languages ​​have vanished with the passage of time, and only a few languages ​​remain used by the Aborigines today in Australia, and the Aborigines have their own way of celebrating: social and religious occasions. Revival of the musical arts, singing.[2]

Constitutional recognition of indigenous peoples

The Australian Government is making every effort; In order to hold a comprehensive referendum on the identity of the aborigines; To find a national place in the founding document of Australian nationalism, the Australian Prime Minister’s desire to hold this referendum appeared in the year two thousand and seventeen; In order to coincide with the date of an ancient referendum in the year one thousand nine hundred and sixty-seven, where this referendum included the unanimity of the great group of Australians to give the Parliamentary government the power to enact laws, and instructions related to the rights of the indigenous peoples, as well as the citizens of the Australian community, as well as to integrate them into the entire Australian community. discrimination.[3]

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  1. ↑ International Encyclopedia, Arab Researchers, International Arab Encyclopedia (second edition), Saudi Arabia: Encyclopedia Business Foundation for Publishing and Distribution, page 687, part one. act.
  2. ^ AB Dr. Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah bin Talib, Echoes of the Cultural Situation in Australia, p. 17. Adapted.
  3. ↑ Human Rights Council, General Assembly, pg. 4. Adapted.

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