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  • Sloths Essay

    Francesca Williams Writing- 1 December 19, 2017 8 Amazing Facts About Sloths Introduction: Deep in the forest lives the slowest creature on earth, the sloth. Sloths can live up to 10 years. They are commonly found in South America and spend their life in the forests. Sloths are a mystery to many people. Even though they are slow and seem like friendly animals, how much do you really know about sloths? 1. Sloths are slow because of their diet Imagine yourself eating salad for…

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  • The Real Voyage Of Discovery Analysis

    “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes” Marcel Proust. Through this quote discovery could defined as manifold notion, which comprises exploring something for the first time or rediscovering something that has been faded, forgotten or concealed. People may experience different types of discovery which could be sudden and unexpected. However it may affect them physically, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually. This response will focus…

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  • Ethics Of Refugees

    When discussing the suffering of refugees, it’s important to consider human rights because the essential human rights of these refugees are being violated almost daily. These asylum seekers are smuggled in large numbers everyday by water and land and often end up dying or in worse situations than they sought refuge from. Not only do we as human beings have a duty to help those who are suffering, but politics, and those who make up our political systems globally share that duty. The focus on…

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  • Cultural Groups: Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander People

    People. In Australia, there are two completely different cultural groups made up of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and there are also over 250 unique languages spread across the Indigenous land. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have individual societies and cultures but their experiences with oppression, dispossession and colonization in their home country shows quite a strong bond between the two cultures. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders had been in Australia for…

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  • The Causes Of Racism

    still heavily ingrained in our society by the likes of social domination, social identity, social categorisation and in-group favouritism. The only hope of overcoming these issues is education around the false beliefs to help make the dominant white Australia more accepting towards Indigenous Australian’s to decrease the psychological issues caused by discrimination and prejudice. This is the only way we can begin to bridge the gap between non-Indigenous and Indigenous Australians and create a…

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  • The Migration Act 1958

    are given the same rights as their parents.” The aim of this paper is to identify and explain how The Australian Legal System does not adequately protect and enforce the rights of children seeking refugee status in Australia. The relevant law to children seeking refugee status in Australia is the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) that states the interests of the child should be the primary consideration. Changes introduced on the 25 September 2014, to the Migration…

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  • Non-European Immigration

    Non European immigration to Australia has rapidly developed the diversity of Australian society since the removal of the white Australia policy by the 1970s. The evidence lies in the multicultural values and ethics surrounding every facet of society, including politics, employment and education. Non-European immigration has had an extremely positive impact on the dynamics of society and international relations, through the introduction of cultural influences and skills to the professional…

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  • Effects Of The Battle Of Kokoda

    The major outcome from the Battle of Kokoda for Australia was that it prevented the Japanese gaining any sort of foothold in Australia and further gaining access to any deep water ports where they would have been able to increase supplies for their ultimate goal of an invasion of the Australian mainland. It is a common held opinion, throughout Australia, that with victory in Kokoda and the first defeat of the Japanese imperial army in a land battle…

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  • Global Education In Australia Essay

    Technology development have lead to a globalise world which citizens are more connected that ever before in human history. Affordability of physical movements and availability of online transmission means that information and resources are now highly mobile, and that individuals need to now complete with people from all over the world. To prepare students for entering this highly competitive society as competent global citizens, it is crucial for educators to implement comprehensive global…

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  • The Queen V Bryson-Clay Case Summary

    Polarising the nation, The Queen v Baden-Clay case demonstrates the extent to which the Australian media can adversely affect the success of legal proceedings. The Australian adversarial system enforces strict rules of procedure, which are imperative to achieve equality and adequate protection in society. Although it is deemed effective, imperfections are evident (Skwirk Online Education, Nd). The Gerald Baden-Clay case highlights the strengths and weaknesses of the criminal justice system…

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