The current problem with the inclusion of Aboriginal rights into legislation is that Aboriginal rights are granted and defined by the Crown for Indigenous Peoples, not by Indigenous Peoples.
The apology openly recognized that the assimilation policy on which the schools were established was "wrong, has caused great harm, and has no place in our country. Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council, That process is consultation. Potlatches and sun dances and sweat lodges have returned.
Selective Funding: One perception of the policy of forced Aboriginal assimilation was as a duty to civilize Indigenous people.
Wardship is appropriate for Indigenous peoples. The recognition of the crime of genocide and the development of international law against it was the direct result of world reaction to the Jewish holocaust and other Nazi extermination policies. These newer schools, while an improvement over the early schools, continued to be plagued by low-quality food, accommodation and living conditions for students.
The children must be kept constantly within the circle of civilized conditions.
The removals continued in Australia until the s. During the sentencing of Arthur Plint, a dorm supervisor at the Port Alberni Indian Residential School convicted of 16 counts of indecent assault, B.
Indian Act: The Indian Act included an enfranchisement process by which Indigenous people could become full citizens, when they qualified.