This essay focuses on economical issues that stand in the way of reconciliation. Some examples might be: violence against Indigenous women and girls, the Indian Act, child welfare, Indigenous language loss.
What are 2 pressing social, political and/or economical issues that stand in the way of reconciliation between Indigenous peoples and Canada? Some examples might be: violence against Indigenous women and girls, the Indian Act, child welfare, Indigenous language loss, etc. How do these emerge from specific legacies and how can we address them? How would reconciling these issues create a better Canada for Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples?
Indigenous peoples are inheritors and practitioners of unique cultures and ways of relating to people and the environment. They have retained social, cultural, economic and political characteristics that are distinct from those of the dominant societies in which they live. Despite their cultural differences, indigenous peoples from around the world share common problems related to the protection of their rights as distinct peoples.
Indigenous peoples have sought recognition of their identities, way of life and their right to traditional lands, territories and natural resources for years, yet throughout history, their rights have always been violated. Indigenous peoples today, are arguably among the most disadvantaged and vulnerable groups of people in the world. Find below a short history of the indigenous struggle in the international stage.
This typology distinguishes four modes in which violence may be inflicted ;Firstly, Secondly, physical; Thirdly, sexual; and psychological attack; and deprivation. It further divides the general definition of violence into three sub-types according to the victim-perpetrator relationship
Firstly, be keen
Thirdly, be cautious