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Die Aborigines

Erfahren Sie mehr über die Kultur der australischen Ureinwohner. Tauchen Sie in ihre faszinierenden Traditionen, spirituellen Überzeugungen, Sprachen, Kunst​. Die Aborigines waren die ursprünglichen Bewohner*innen Australiens. Die Invasion ihres Landes am Ende des Jahrhunderts wurde für die Aborigines zu. Aborigines (englisch [ˌæbəˈɹɪdʒɪniːz], „Ureinwohner“) ist eine verbreitete Sammelbezeichnung für die indigenen Völker Australiens. Ihre Vorfahren. <

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Australien Informationen - Aborigines. Die ersten Menschen, die auf den Kontinent einwanderten, waren die Ureinwohner, auch Aborigine(lat. "ab origine"​. Erfahren Sie mehr über die Kultur der australischen Ureinwohner. Tauchen Sie in ihre faszinierenden Traditionen, spirituellen Überzeugungen, Sprachen, Kunst​. Jahre lang pflegten die australischen Ureinwohner ungestört ihre Kultur. Abgeschottet von der Außenwelt, lebten sie bis ins Jahrhundert hinein wie.

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Aborigines (englisch [ˌæbəˈɹɪdʒɪniːz], „Ureinwohner“) ist eine verbreitete Sammelbezeichnung für die indigenen Völker Australiens. Ihre Vorfahren. Jahre lang pflegten die australischen Ureinwohner ungestört ihre Kultur. Abgeschottet von der Außenwelt, lebten sie bis ins Jahrhundert hinein wie. Interessante Fakten über die Aborigines, die Kultur der Ureinwohner Australiens & die Bedeutung der Traumzeit erfährt man hier. Man sagt jetzt Aboriginal. Auch die Bezeichnung Indigenous People gibt es. Die Ureinwohner selbst bezeichnen sich meist in ihrer jeweiligen.

These policies aimed to integrate Aboriginal persons who were "not of full blood" into the white community in an effort to eliminate the "Aboriginal problem".

As part of this, there was an increase in the number of children forcibly removed from their homes and placed with white people, either in institutions or foster homes.

As part of the colonisation process, there were many small-scale conflicts and clashes between colonists and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the continent and islands.

In Queensland, the killing of Aboriginal peoples was largely perpetrated by civilian "hunting" parties and the Native Police, armed groups of Aboriginal men who were recruited at gunpoint and led by colonialist to eliminate Aboriginal resistance.

Researchers at the University of Newcastle under Lyndall Ryan have been mapping the massacres. After losing a significant number of their social unit in one blow, the survivors were left very vulnerable — with reduced ability to gather food, reproduce, or fulfill their ceremonial obligations, as well as defend themselves against further attack.

Estimating the total number of deaths during the frontier wars is difficult due to lack of records and the fact that many massacres of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander were kept secret.

There has always been Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resistance, from the arrival of colonists through to now. The term Stolen Generations refers to those children of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent who were forcibly removed [] from their families by the Australian Federal and State government agencies and church missions for the purpose of eradicating Aboriginal culture, under acts of their respective parliaments.

By , the recorded Indigenous population of Australia had declined to approximately 93, The Indigenous population continued to decline, reaching a low of 74, in before numbers began to recover.

By , population numbers had reached pre-colonisation levels, and in there were around , Indigenous Australians. Although, as British subjects , all Indigenous Australians were nominally entitled to vote, generally only those who merged into mainstream society did so.

Only Western Australia and Queensland specifically excluded Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from the electoral rolls.

Despite the Commonwealth Franchise Act , which excluded "Aboriginal natives of Australia, Asia, Africa and Pacific Islands except New Zealand" from voting unless they were on the roll before , South Australia insisted that all voters enfranchised within its borders would remain eligible to vote in the Commonwealth, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continued to be added to their rolls, albeit haphazardly.

Despite efforts to bar their enlistment, over 1, Indigenous Australians fought for Australia in the First World War.

Dhakiyarr was found to have been wrongly convicted of the murder of a white policeman, for which he had been sentenced to death; the case focused national attention on Aboriginal rights issues.

Dhakiyarr disappeared upon release. The s was a pivotal decade in the assertion of Aboriginal rights and a time of growing collaboration between Aboriginal activists and white Australian activists.

This Freedom Ride also aimed to highlight the social discrimination faced by Aboriginal people and encourage Aboriginal people themselves to resist discrimination.

As mentioned above, Indigenous Australians received lower wages than their non-Indigenous counterparts in employment.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Queensland in particular had their income quarantined by the Protector and were allowed a minimal amount of their income.

The landmark referendum called by Prime Minister Harold Holt allowed the Commonwealth to make laws with respect to Aboriginal people by modifying section 51 xxvi of the Constitution, and for Aboriginal people to be included when the country does a count to determine electoral representation by repealing section The referendum passed with In the controversial Gove land rights case , Justice Blackburn ruled that Australia had been terra nullius before British settlement, and that no concept of native title existed in Australian law.

Following the Woodward commission , in the federal government under Gough Whitlam drafted the Aboriginal Land Rights Bill.

This was enacted the following year under the Fraser government as the Aboriginal Land Rights Northern Territory Act , which recognised Aboriginal Australians' system of land rights in the Northern Territory, and established the basis upon which Aboriginal people in the NT could claim rights to land based on traditional occupation.

In , the Australian government returned ownership of Uluru Ayers Rock to the Pitjantjatjara Aboriginal people. Indigenous Australians began to serve in political office from the s.

In , Neville Bonner joined the Australian Senate as a Senator for Queensland for the Liberal Party , becoming the first Indigenous Australian in the Federal Parliament.

A year later, the Aboriginal Tent Embassy was established on the steps of Parliament House in Canberra. In , Sir Douglas Nicholls was appointed as the 28th Governor of South Australia, the first Aboriginal person appointed to vice-regal office.

In the general election of , Linda Burney of the Australian Labor Party became the second Indigenous Australian, and the first Indigenous Australian woman, elected to the Australian House of Representatives.

In sport Evonne Goolagong Cawley became the world number-one ranked tennis player in and won 14 Grand Slam titles during her career.

In Arthur Beetson became the first Indigenous Australian to captain his country in any sport when he first led the Australian National Rugby League team, the Kangaroos.

In , tennis player Ashleigh Barty was ranked world number one. In , a group of Pintupi people who were living a traditional hunter-gatherer desert-dwelling life were tracked down in the Gibson Desert in Western Australia and brought in to a settlement.

They are believed to have been the last uncontacted tribe in Australia. During this period, the federal government enacted a number of significant, but controversial, policy initiatives in relation to Indigenous Australians.

A representative body, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission ATSIC , was set up in Reconciliation between non-Indigenous and Indigenous Australians became a significant issue in Australian politics in the late 20th century.

In , the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation was established by the federal government to facilitate reconciliation. In , a Constitutional Convention which selected a Republican model for a referendum included just six Indigenous participants, leading Monarchist delegate Neville Bonner to end his contribution to the convention with his Jagera tribal "Sorry Chant" in sadness at the low number of Indigenous representatives.

The republican model, as well as a proposal for a new Constitutional preamble which would have included the "honouring" of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, was put to referendum but did not succeed.

On 13 February Prime Minister Kevin Rudd issued a formal apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples , on behalf of the federal government of Australia, for the suffering caused by the Stolen Generations.

In , the Federal Government dedicated Reconciliation Place in Canberra. On 13 February , Prime Minister Kevin Rudd reversed Howard's decision and issued a public apology to members of the Stolen Generations on behalf of the Australian Government.

ATSIC was abolished by the Australian Government in amidst allegations of corruption. The Northern Territory National Emergency Response also known as the Intervention was launched in by the government of Prime Minister John Howard , in response to the Little Children are Sacred report into allegations of child abuse among Aboriginal communities in the NT.

The government banned alcohol in prescribed communities in the Territory; quarantined a percentage of welfare payments for essential goods purchasing; dispatched additional police and medical personnel to the region; and suspended the permit system for access to Aboriginal communities.

In , United Nations Special Rapporteur James Anaya found the Emergency Response to be racially discriminatory, and said that aspects of it represented a limitation on "individual autonomy".

In , the Australian government enacted legislation to implement the Stronger Futures policy , which is intended to address key issues that exist within Aboriginal communities of the Northern Territory such as unemployment, school attendance and enrolment, alcohol abuse , community safety and child protection, food security and housing and land reforms.

The policy has been criticised by organisations such as Amnesty International and other groups, including on the basis that it maintains "racially-discriminatory" elements of the Emergency Response Act and continues control by the federal government over "Aboriginal people and their lands".

In , the federal government appointed a panel comprising Indigenous leaders, other legal experts and some members of parliament including Ken Wyatt to provide advice on how best to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the federal Constitution.

The panel's recommendations, reported to the federal government in January , [] included deletion of provisions of the Constitution referencing race Section 25 and Section 51 xxvi , and new provisions on meaningful recognition and further protection from discrimination.

The Uluru Statement from the Heart [] was released 26 May by delegates to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Referendum Convention, held near Uluru in Central Australia.

The statement calls for a "First Nations Voice" in the Australian Constitution and a "Makarrata Commission" to supervise a process of "agreement-making" and "truth-telling" between government and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

It has been variously estimated that before the arrival of British settlers, the population of Indigenous probably Aboriginal only Australians was approximately ,—1,, [10] with the distribution being similar to that of the current Australian population, the majority living in the south-east, centred along the Murray River.

Over time Australia has used various means to determine membership of ethnic groups such as lineage , blood quantum , birth and self-determination.

In , an Australian of part Indigenous descent left his home on a reserve to visit a nearby hotel where he was ejected for being Aboriginal. He returned home but was refused entry to the reserve because he was not Aboriginal.

He attempted to remove his children from the reserve but was told he could not because they were Aboriginal. He then walked to the next town where he was arrested for being an Aboriginal vagrant and sent to the reserve there.

During World War II he tried to enlist but was rejected because he was an Aborigine so he moved to another state where he enlisted as a non-Aborigine.

After the end of the war he applied for a passport but was rejected as he was an Aborigine, he obtained an exemption under the Aborigines Protection Act but was now told he could no longer visit his relatives as he was not an Aborigine.

He was later told he could not join the Returned Servicemens Club because he was an Aborigine.

In the High Court of Australia in the Commonwealth v Tasmania or " Tasmanian dam s case " [] defined an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander as "a person of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent who identifies as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and is accepted as such by the community in which he or she lives".

The ruling was a three-part definition comprising descent, self-identification and community identification. The first part — descent — was genetic descent and unambiguous, but led to cases where a lack of records to prove ancestry excluded some.

Self- and community identification were more problematic as they meant that an Indigenous person separated from her or his community due to a family dispute could no longer identify as Aboriginal.

As a result, there arose court cases throughout the s where excluded people demanded that their Aboriginality be recognised.

As a result, lower courts refined the High Court test when subsequently applying it. In , Justice Drummond in the Federal Court held in Gibbs v Capewell " Indigenous Australians have been counted in every census albeit only approximately and using inconsistent definitions.

Post , Torres Strait Islanders were considered a separate Indigenous people. A "Commonwealth working definition" for Indigenous Australians was developed from and endorsed by Cabinet in which contains elements of descent, self-identification and community recognition in contrast to the earlier preponderance of Aboriginal blood definition.

As there is no formal procedure for any community to record acceptance, the primary method of determining Indigenous population is from self-identification on census forms.

The Australian Census includes counts based on questions relating to individuals' self-identification as Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, or of both origins.

The Australian census showed growth in the Indigenous population recorded as , at twice the rate of overall population growth since , when the Indigenous population stood at , Growth was mainly in major cities and along the eastern coast of Australia.

The ABS published a report exploring the reasons for these findings, with some of the factors behind the increase being higher fertility rates of Indigenous women; people entering the population through migration; variation in census coverage and response rates; and people changing how they self-identify between census years.

According to the National Indigenous Languages Survey NILS , at the time the Australian continent was colonised, there were around different Indigenous languages, with the larger language groups each having up to related dialects.

Indigenous languages are divided into language groups with from ten to twenty-four language families identified. For example, the last fluent speaker of the Ngarrindjeri language died in the late s; using recordings and written records as a guide, a Ngarrindjeri dictionary was published in , [] and the Ngarrindjeri language is today being spoken in complete sentences.

Linguists classify many of the mainland Australian languages into one large group, the Pama—Nyungan languages.

The rest are sometimes lumped under the term "non-Pama—Nyungan". The Pama—Nyungan languages comprise the majority, covering most of Australia, and are generally thought to be a family of related languages.

In the north, stretching from the Western Kimberley to the Gulf of Carpentaria , are found a number of non-Pama—Nyungan groups of languages which have not been shown to be related to the Pama—Nyungan family nor to each other.

Dixon , suggest that the Pama—Nyungan group — and indeed the entire Australian linguistic area — is rather a sprachbund , or group of languages having very long and intimate contact, rather than a genetic language family.

It has been suggested that, given their long presence in Australia, Aboriginal languages form one specific sub-grouping. The position of Tasmanian languages is unknown, and it is also unknown whether they comprised one or more than one specific language family.

Cross-cultural miscommunication can sometimes occur between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. According to Michael Walsh and Ghil'ad Zuckermann , Western conversational interaction is typically " dyadic ", between two particular people, where eye contact is important and the speaker controls the interaction; and "contained" in a relatively short, defined time frame.

However, traditional Aboriginal conversational interaction is "communal", broadcast to many people, eye contact is not important, the listener controls the interaction; and "continuous", spread over a longer, indefinite time frame.

There are three languages spoken in the Torres Strait Islands , two indigenous languages and an English-based creole. The indigenous language spoken mainly in the western and central islands is Kalaw Lagaw Ya , a language related to the Pama—Nyungan languages of the Australian mainland.

The other indigenous language spoken mainly in the eastern islands is Meriam Mir : a member of the Trans-Fly languages spoken on the nearby south coast of New Guinea and the only Papuan language spoken on Australian territory.

Yumplatok , or Torres Strait Creole, the third language, is a non-typical Pacific English Creole and is the main language of communication on the islands.

Within Aboriginal belief systems, a formative epoch known as " the Dreaming " or "the Dreamtime" stretches back into the distant past when the creator ancestors known as the First Peoples travelled across the land, and naming as they went.

Indigenous Australia's oral tradition and religious values are based upon reverence for the land and a belief in this Dreamtime.

Different language and cultural groups each had their own belief structures; these cultures overlapped to a greater or lesser extent, and evolved over time.

Major ancestral spirits include the Rainbow Serpent , Baiame , Dirawong and Bunjil. Traditional healers known as Ngangkari in the Western desert areas of Central Australia were highly respected men and women who not only acted as healers or doctors, but were generally also custodians of important Dreaming stories.

Torres Strait Islander people have their own traditional belief systems. Stories of the Tagai represent Torres Strait Islanders as sea people, with a connection to the stars, as well as a system of order in which everything has its place in the world.

Christianity and European culture have had a significant impact on Indigenous Australians, their religion and their culture.

As in many colonial situations, the churches both facilitated the loss of Indigenous culture and religion and also facilitated its maintenance.

The German missionaries Christian Teichelmann and Schürmann went to Adelaide and taught the local Kaurna people only in their own language and created textbooks in the language.

The involvement of Christians in Aboriginal affairs has evolved significantly since Colonial clergy such as Sydney's first Catholic archbishop, John Bede Polding , strongly advocated for Aboriginal rights and dignity.

A small minority of Aboriginal people are followers of Islam as a result of intermarriage with "Afghan" camel drivers brought to Australia in the late 19th and early 20th century to help explore and open up the interior.

From the s, Christianity spread throughout the Torres Strait Islands, and it remains strong today among Torres Strait Islander people everywhere.

The London Missionary Society mission led by Rev. Samuel Macfarlane arrived on Erub Darnley Island on 1 July , establishing its first base in the region there.

The Islanders refer to this as "The Coming of the Light", or "Coming of Light" [] and all Island communities celebrate the occasion annually on 1 July.

According to "Table 8: Religious Affiliation by Indigenous Status", , Indigenous people out of the total , in Australia declared an affiliation to some form of Christianity, with a higher proportion of Torres Strait Islander than Aboriginal people in this number.

However the question is optional; 48, did not respond, and in addition, nearly 4, were reported as "inadequately described".

Australia has a tradition of Aboriginal art which is thousands of years old, the best known forms being Australian rock art and bark painting.

Evidence of Aboriginal art can be traced back at least 30, years, [] with examples of ancient rock art throughout the continent.

Some of these are in national parks such as those of the UNESCO listed sites at Uluru and Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory , but examples can also within protected parks in urban areas such as at Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park in Sydney.

Murujuga in Western Australia was heritage listed in In terms of age and abundance, cave art in Australia is comparable to that of Lascaux and Altamira Upper Paleolithic sites in Europe , [] and Aboriginal art is believed to be the oldest continuing tradition of art in the world.

These designs generally carry significance linked to the spirituality of the Dreamtime. Such ochres were also used to paint their bodies for ceremonial purposes.

Several styles of Aboriginal art have developed in modern times, including the watercolour paintings of the Hermannsburg School and the acrylic Papunya Tula "dot art" movement.

Some notable Aboriginal artists include William Barak c. Since the s, Indigenous artists have employed the use of acrylic paints — with styles such as that of the Western Desert Art Movement becoming globally renowned 20th-century art movements.

The National Gallery of Australia exhibits a great many Indigenous art works, including those of the Torres Strait Islands who are known for their traditional sculpture and headgear.

Aboriginal art has influenced many non-Indigenous artists, such as Margaret Preston — and Elizabeth Durack — Music and dance have formed an integral part of the social , cultural and ceremonial observances of people through the millennia of the individual and collective histories of Australian Indigenous peoples to the present day.

Elkin , who recorded Aboriginal music in Arnhem Land. The various Aboriginal peoples developed unique musical instruments and styles.

The didgeridoo , which is widely thought to be a stereotypical instrument of Aboriginal people, was traditionally played by Aboriginal men of the eastern Kimberley region and Arnhem Land such as the Yolngu.

Songlines relate to the Dreamtime in Aboriginal culture, overlapping with oral lore. Indigenous musicians have been prominent in various contemporary styles of music, including creating a sub-genre of rock music as well as participating in pop and other mainstream styles.

Hip hop music is helping preserve some Indigenous languages. The Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts in Brisbane teaches acting, music and dance, and the Bangarra Dance Theatre is an acclaimed contemporary dance company.

For Torres Strait Islander people, singing and dancing is their "literature" — "the most important aspect of Torres Strait lifestyle.

The Torres Strait Islanders preserve and present their oral history through songs and dances; There was no written form of the many languages spoken by Indigenous peoples before colonisation.

A letter to Governor Arthur Phillip written by Bennelong in is the first known work written in English by an Aboriginal person.

In the 20th century, David Unaipon — , known as the first Aboriginal author, is credited for providing the first accounts of Aboriginal mythology written by an Aboriginal person, in his Legendary Tales of the Aborigines — Oodgeroo Noonuccal — was a famous Aboriginal poet, writer and rights activist, credited with publishing the first book of verse by an Aboriginal author, We Are Going The talents of playwrights Jack Davis and Kevin Gilbert were recognised.

Poetry by Indigenous poets, including traditional song-poetry — ranging from sacred to everyday — has been published since the late 20th century.

Writers coming to prominence in the 21st century include Alexis Wright ; Kim Scott twice winner of the Miles Franklin Award ; Tara June Winch ; Melissa Lucashenko ; playwright and comedy writer Nakkiah Lui ; in poetry Yvette Holt ; and in popular fiction Anita Heiss.

Leading activists Marcia Langton , who wrote First Australians and Noel Pearson Up From the Mission , are as of [update] active contemporary contributors to Australian literature.

Journalist Stan Grant has written several non-fiction works on what it means to be Aboriginal in contemporary Australia, and Bruce Pascoe has written both fiction and non-fiction works.

AustLit 's BlackWords project provides a comprehensive listing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Writers and Storytellers.

The Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages contains stories written in traditional languages of the Northern Territory.

Australian cinema has a long history, and the ceremonies of Indigenous Australians were among the first subjects to be filmed in Australia — notably a film of Aboriginal dancers in Central Australia, shot by the anthropologist Baldwin Spencer and F.

Gillen in — Jedda was the first Australian feature film to be shot in colour film , the first to star Aboriginal actors in lead roles Ngarla Kunoth and Robert Tudawali , and the first to be entered at the Cannes Film Festival.

Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith , directed by Fred Schepisi , was an award-winning historical drama from a book by Thomas Keneally , about the tragic story of an Aboriginal bushranger.

Peter Weir 's mystery drama The Last Wave , also starring Gulpilil and featuring elements of Aboriginal beliefs and culture, won several AACTA Awards.

The canon of films related to Indigenous Australians increased from the s, with Nick Parson 's film Dead Heart featuring Ernie Dingo and Bryan Brown ; [] Rolf de Heer 's The Tracker , starring Gary Sweet and David Gulpilil; [] and Phillip Noyce 's Rabbit-Proof Fence The film won the Un Certain Regard Special Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival.

Many Indigenous actors, directors, producers and others have been involved in the production of film and TV series in the 21st century: Ivan Sen , Rachel Perkins with her company Blackfella Films , Aaron Pedersen , Deborah Mailman , Warwick Thornton , Leah Purcell , Shari Sebbens , Sally Riley , Luke Carroll and Miranda Tapsell , Wayne Blair , Trisha Morton-Thomas and Rachel Perkins , among others, with many of them well-represented in award nominations and wins.

The third series of the sketch comedy TV series Black Comedy , co-written by Nakkiah Lui , Adam Briggs , Steven Oliver and others, and featuring many Indigenous actors, goes to air in January Though lost to history, many traditional forms of recreation were played and while these varied from tribe to tribe, there were often similarities.

Ball games were quite popular and played by tribes across Australia, as were games based on use of weapons. There is extensive documented evidence of traditional football games being played.

Perhaps the most documented is a game popularly played by tribes in western Victorian regions of the Wimmera , Mallee and Millewa by the Djab wurrung , Jardwadjali and Jarijari people.

Known as Marn Grook , it was a type of kick and catch football game played with a ball made of possum hide. Some historians claim that Marn Grook had a role in the formation of Australian rules football , and many Aboriginal people, from children in remote communities to professional players at the highest level, the Australian Football League , play the modern game.

Well-known players include Graham Farmer , Gavin Wanganeen and Adam Goodes. Goodes was also the Australian of the Year for A team of Aboriginal cricketers from the Western District of Victoria toured England in , making it the first Australian sports team to travel overseas.

Cricketer and Australian rules football pioneer Tom Wills coached the team in an Aboriginal language he learnt as a child, and Charles Lawrence accompanied them to England.

Johnny Mullagh , the team's star player, was regarded as one of the era's finest batsmen. Evonne Goolagong became the world number-one ranked female tennis player, with 14 tennis titles.

Sprinter Cathy Freeman earned gold medals in the Olympics , World Championships, and Commonwealth Games.

Lionel Rose earned a world title in boxing. Arthur Beetson , Laurie Daley and Gorden Tallis captained Australia in rugby league , while Mark Ella captained Australia in rugby union.

Nathan Jawai and Patty Mills have played in the National Basketball Association. Sporting teams include the Indigenous All-Stars , Flying Boomerangs and Indigenous Team of the Century in Australian rules football, and the Indigenous All Stars , NSW Koori Knockout and the Murri Rugby League Team in rugby league.

To this day, the forced removal of children known as the Stolen Generations has had a huge impact on the psyche, health and well-being of Indigenous Australians; it has seriously impacted not only the children removed and their parents, but their descendants as well.

Not only were many of the children abused — psychologically , physically , or sexually — after being removed and while living in group homes or adoptive families, but were also deprived of their culture alongside their families.

There are many issues facing Indigenous people in Australia today when compared with the non-Indigenous population, despite some improvements.

Several of these are interrelated, and include health including shorter life expectancy and higher rates of infant mortality , lower levels of education and employment, inter-generational trauma, high imprisonment rates , substance abuse and lack of political representation.

The federal government's Closing the Gap strategy, created in and coordinated by the National Indigenous Australians Agency since July , aims to address multiple areas to improve the lives of Indigenous peoples.

Draft targets for were created by the Council of Australian Governments COAG in December These were in the following areas: [].

Social and cultural determinants such as discrimination , lack of education or employment and therefore income , and cultural disconnection can impact both physical and mental health, and contemporary disadvantage is related to colonisation and its ongoing impact.

Successive censuses have shown, that after adjusting for demographic structures Indigenous Australians experience greater rates of renal disease , several communicable diseases such as tuberculosis and hepatitis C virus , type 2 diabetes , respiratory disease , poor mental health and other illnesses than the general population.

The life expectancy of Indigenous Australians is difficult to quantify accurately. Indigenous deaths are poorly identified, and the official figures for the size of the population at risk include large adjustment factors.

Two estimates of Indigenous life expectancy in differed by as much as five years. A study, referring to the national Indigenous reform policy, Closing the Gap, looked at the difficulties in interpreting the extent of the gap because of differing methods of estimating life expectancy between and Infant mortality ages 0—4 was twice as high as for non-Indigenous children in —6.

Mental health , suicide and self-harm remain major concerns, with the suicide rate being double that of the non-Indigenous population in , and young people experiencing rising mental health rates.

Many Indigenous communities suffer from a range of health, social and legal problems associated with substance abuse of both legal and illegal drugs, including but not limited to alcohol abuse , petrol sniffing , the use illegal drugs such as methamphetamine "ice" and cannabis and smoking tobacco.

Indigenous Australians were 1. Petrol sniffing has been a problem among some remote communities. The UQ study also reported that alcohol and cannabis were the drugs causing most concern.

Ice was reported present in 8 of the 25 communities, but nearly all only occasional use. There is a significant gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in educational attainment.

This presents significant issues for employment. As of [update] , Indigenous students or adults, when compared with non-Indigenous peers: [].

Closing the Gap has focused on improving education for Indigenous people, with some success. Ferner wurden diese Regelungen um die Rechte indigener Gruppen erweitert; Minderheiten wurden berechtigt, traditionelles Recht anzuwenden.

Erste Forderungen nach vollen Bürgerrechten und nach Landrechten kamen auf. Es bildeten sich zwei politische Organisationen, die Australian Aborigines League und die Aborigines Progressive Association , die diese Forderungen formulierten.

Diese Entwicklung zeigte Erfolge, denn es gelang ihnen, den Day of Mourning als Protesttag durchzusetzen und eine Kontrollorganisation über das Leben der Aborigines, das Aboriginal Protection Board, im Jahr aufzulösen.

Der Weltkrieg beendete die sich entwickelnde politische Opposition. Jahrhundert wurden vom Staat Teile des Gehaltes von Aborigines einbehalten, was heutzutage als Stolen Wages diskutiert wird und entsprechende Forderungen nach Auszahlung nach sich zieht.

Die Aborigines engagierten sich in den er Jahren auch international gegen Rassismus. Im Jahr gab es massive Protest gegen die Apartheidpolitik um das Rugbynationalteam Südafrikas, genannt Springboks , das sich auf einer 6-wöchigen Tour durch Australien befand.

Die australische Regierung sah sich aufgrund der Proteste gezwungen, in Brisbane den Notstand auszurufen. Bekannt wurden Gary Foley und ein weiterer Aktivist, die aufgrund des Protests von der Polizei arrestiert wurden.

Diese Auseinandersetzung hatte für den Sport Südafrikas Folgen, denn dadurch wurde die rassistische Politik Südafrikas weltweit angeprangert und rassistische Sportmannschaften international ausgeschlossen.

Der letzte lebende Gründer der Zelt-Botschaft, Miachel Ghillar Anderson , ist derzeit der bedeutendste Vertreter dieser politischen Forderung. In den er Jahren entwickelte sich eine politische Bewegung der Aborigines, das Outstation Movement , die die Rücksiedlung in ihre angestammten Gebiete unter Berücksichtigung ihrer kulturellen und sozialen Interessen verfolgt.

Gegründet wurden Siedlungen vor allem in abgelegenen Gebieten im Northern Territory , in Western Australia und Australien. Im Northern Territory leben etwa 30 Prozent der dortigen Aborigines in etwa weit über das Land verstreuten Homelands.

Unterstützt wird er dabei vom australischen Premierminister Tony Abbott , beide sind Mitglieder der Liberal Party of Australia.

Am Februar verabschiedete das australische Unterhaus The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Recognition Bill , ein Gesetz, das die Aborigines als erste Bewohner Australiens anerkennt.

Dieses Gesetz — die Verabschiedung im Oberhaus gilt als sicher — muss allerdings um Verfassungsrang zu erhalten, durch ein Referendum bestätigt werden.

Ein diesbezügliches Referendum ist von der australischen Premierministerin Julia Gillard angekündigt worden. Ab den er Jahren rückte zunehmend die Frage nach Landrechten in den Mittelpunkt des politischen Interesses.

Australien war von Captain James Cook als nahezu unbewohnt beschrieben und später — trotz der Anwesenheit der Aborigines — zur Terra Nullius erklärt worden.

Eine Aktion, die auch internationale Aufmerksamkeit erregte, war die Yolngu Bark Petition , bei der Yolngu eine auf Baumrinde geschriebene Petition gegen die Errichtung einer Bauxit-Mine auf ihrem traditionellen Land einreichten.

Die auf dem Rasen vor dem Old Parliament House in Canberra aufgestellte Zelt-Botschaft sollte neben der Forderung nach der Anerkennung einer eigenständigen Aborigines-Nation auch ihren Anspruch auf Land unterstreichen.

Mit Neville Bonner zog der erste Aborigine in das australische Parlament ein. Queensland No. Landrechtsbewegungen verbinden sich auch mit ökologischen Forderungen.

Eines der ersten Aborigines-Völker, die ihr Land nach dem Aboriginal Land Rights Northern Territory Act zurückerhielten, jedoch nicht die Bergbaurechte, waren die Mirarr.

Als Uran entdeckt wurde, wehrten sich die Mirarr erfolgreich gegen den Abbau in der Jabiluka -Mine, [58] im australischen Kakadu-Nationalpark im Northern Territory.

Unter dem Recht am Land verstehen die Aborigines kein Eigentum im Sinne des deutschen oder römischen Sachenrechts. Nach dem heutigen australischen Recht wird der rechtliche Bezug zum Eigentum an Land der Aborigines anerkannt.

Dabei gibt es insbesondere je nach Bundesland unterschiedliche Anspruchsregelungen. Es ist festzustellen, dass im Norden vor allem der Native Title und im Südosten Landnutzungsrechte eine Rolle spielen.

Während die Zahl der Aborigines auf nur noch Darunter gehören unter anderem das Verbot von Alkohol und Pornografie in den Gemeinschaften der Aborigines, aber vor allem umfangreiche medizinische Reihenuntersuchungen von Kindern, mehr Polizei und mehr Lehrer.

Logistisch wird die Intervention vom Militär unterstützt. Die Gemeinschaften haben dabei ihre Selbstverwaltung verloren. Kritische Stimmen beklagen jedoch vor allem, dass die Intervention rassistisch sei, da ein Teil der Sozialhilfe bei allen Aborigines dieses Gebietes staatlich kontrolliert wird, also auch bei jenen, die sozial nicht auffällig geworden sind.

Der Report analysiert nicht die vielfachen Gründe zum Beispiel den häufigen sexuellen Missbrauch Minderjähriger in Aborigines-Gemeinschaften für die vergleichsweise hohe Kriminalität.

Die Bevölkerungszahl war sehr wahrscheinlich über tausende von Jahren hin konstant. Die dichteste Besiedlung wiesen schon vor der Ankunft der Europäer die auch heute noch bevölkerungsreichsten Regionen Australiens an den Küsten im Südosten und im Tal des Murray Rivers auf.

Unterschiede in der wildbeuterischen Lebensweise gab es in Einzelfällen durchaus, beispielsweise beherrschten die Gunditjmara ein ausgeklügeltes System einer Aquakultur und Aalzüchtung, sie bauten auch steinerne Wohnstätten und hatten einen festen Wohnort.

Dieser Stamm lebte im Seegebiet der Whitsunday Islands und navigierte und jagte mit Auslegerkanus sicher auf der See.

Im Laufe der europäischen Expansion wurden die Ureinwohner immer mehr in die vormals nahezu unbesiedelten, trockeneren Landesteile verdrängt, wo es bedeutend weniger Wild gab.

Besonders die damit verbundene Einführung von Neozoen wie Kaninchen, Katze, Hund, Fuchs, Pferd, Büffel und Schaf schädigten die heimische Fauna und Flora erheblich und erschwerten es zunehmend, die überlieferte Lebensweise fortzuführen.

Da die Europäer in den Trockengebieten mit der Zeit alle Gebiete besiedelten, die einen Zugang zu Wasser hatten, blieb den Aborigines kaum noch eine andere Wahl, als ebenfalls dort in der Nähe zu siedeln, wo es Wasser und Zugang zu modernen Lebensmitteln gab.

Diese Entwicklung zerstörte die Unabhängigkeit der Menschen nachhaltig und führte zum Verfall traditionellen Wissens. Die meisten Ureinwohner im Outback sichern ihren Lebensunterhalt heute durch Hilfsarbeiten auf Farmen und Ranches, als Fremdenführer oder durch den Verkauf von Kunsthandwerk.

Seit den er Jahren spielen die überlieferten Jagd- und Sammeltechniken bei vielen lokalen Gemeinschaften heute wieder eine mehr oder weniger wichtige Rolle.

Die Umsetzung gestaltet sich je nach Region unterschiedlich schwierig. Zudem ist nicht absehbar, welche Folgen die modernen Jagdmethoden haben werden.

Alle Ureinwohner Australiens waren Jäger und Sammler , wobei die Menschen, die an der Küste oder an Flüssen lebten, auch Fischer waren, die auch Schildkröten und im tropischen Norden Dugongs fingen.

Alle Stämme und Gemeinschaften der Aborigines benutzten und verwalteten ihre Nahrungsquellen und Vorräte nach unterschiedlichen, ausgeklügelten Methoden; Ackerbau betrieben sie hingegen nicht.

Im heutigen Victoria gab es zwei verschiedene Stämme, die wirtschaftliche Aalfarmen betrieben. Sie verwendeten komplexe und ausgedehnte Systeme mit bewässerten Teichen; eines am Murray River im Norden des Staates und eines im Südwesten in der Nähe von Hamilton , von wo aus sie bis in die Region um Melbourne Handel betrieben.

Die typische Nahrung, das Bush Food , bestand aus einer Vielfalt von Nahrungsmitteln , zum Beispiel Känguru , Emu und dessen Eier, Wombat , Goanna , Schlangen , Vögeln, vor allem in den Wüsten auch viele Insekten wie Honigameisen oder Witchetty-Maden und an den Küsten Muscheln und Krebstiere.

Daneben wurden auch noch viele Varianten pflanzlicher Nahrung wie Nüsse , Obst und Beeren genutzt. In den Wüstengebieten zum Beispiel die Buschbanane Marsdenia australis und die Bush-tomato Solanum centrale , im tropischen Norden die Buschpflaume Terminalia ferdinandiana.

Einige Gruppen, wie z. Das primäre Werkzeug, das zur Jagd benutzt wurde, war der Speer , der mittels eines Woomera oder per Hand geworfen wurde.

Bumerangs wurden sowohl im Norden als auch in den südlichen Wüsten benutzt, wobei die nichtzurückkehrende Variante bekannter unter der korrekten Bezeichnung Wurfstock effektiver und weiter verbreitet war als die zurückkehrende.

Mit ihr konnten zum Beispiel Kängurus getötet werden. Es seien Begräbnisrituale missinterpretiert worden, aber auch Berichte über Kannibalismus gezielt in Umlauf gesetzt worden, um Aborigines als Wilde zu diskreditieren, denen man die Menschenrechte verwehren und das Land abnehmen könne.

In einigen Gebieten lebten die Aborigines halbsesshaft, vor allem in weniger trockenen Gebieten, wo durch Fischerei eine sesshaftere Lebensweise möglich war.

Durch Untersuchungen von Abfallansammlungen konnten Archäologen zeigen, dass manche dieser Plätze über tausende Jahre hinweg jährlich besucht wurden.

Sie wohnten in einfachen Hütten oder unter Windschirmen , die aus Zweigen oder Rinde aufgebaut waren. Feste Hütten aus Zweigen, Baumrinde, Gras und Schilf wurden nur bei längerem Aufenthalt erbaut.

Die Lager durften von Angehörigen anderer Stämme nicht betreten werden, es sei denn, sie wurden eingeladen. Wurde ein Bote zu einem anderen Stamm geschickt, musste er in einiger Entfernung warten, bis er die Erlaubnis erhielt, näher zu kommen.

Einige Aborigines hielten Dingos als Begleittiere, um sie bei der Jagd zu nutzen oder sich während kalter Nächte an ihnen zu wärmen.

Die indigenen Völker Australiens benutzten Feuer für verschiedene Zwecke. Man geht davon aus, dass dies erstmals etwa vor Jahren geschah.

Das kontrollierte Feuerlegen von trockenem Grasland, Buschwerk und Wäldern diente den Aborigines dazu, um Wege durch Dickicht und stachliges Gehölz zu schaffen, vorhandene Nutzpflanzen zu fördern und neues Wachstum zu initiieren, Jagdmöglichkeiten zu schaffen und nützliche Pflanzen zum unmittelbaren Verzehr oder Kochen, zur Wärmegewinnung oder auch zur Nachrichtenübermittlung, sowie auch für spirituelle Zwecke zu gewinnen.

Die Nutzung des zweckgerichteten Feuers folgte bestimmten Regeln, die sich nach dem Vegetationsverlauf und dem Bedarf der Aborigines richteten.

Es diente dem Wachstum essbarer Pflanzen oder um die Nahrungsaufnahme bejagbarer Tiere zu begünstigen, zum anderen aber auch, um das Risiko unkontrollierter Buschfeuer zu reduzieren.

Frühe europäische Forscher und Siedler hielten die Gewohnheiten der Aborigines mit dem Feuer fest. Die Feuer erstreckten sich in der Landschaft über den gesamten Jahresverlauf.

Feuer ist auch ein wichtiger Teil der Kultur der Aborigines, und die Kenntnis seiner Verwendung wurde von Generation zu Generation weitergegeben.

Es wird auch angenommen, dass die Aborigines mit dem Abbrennen von Pflanzen auch den frühen Monsunregen und damit das Klima Australiens beeinflussten.

Die Initiation wurde in mehreren Stufen über mehrere Jahre vollzogen: Dabei lernten die Jugendlichen zum Beispiel ihr Totem kennen, unterstützt von altersgerechten Geschichten der Traumzeit und neuen Gesängen.

Aber auch Strategien im Umgang mit Konflikten lernten sie. Üblicherweise im Alter von 10 bis 12 Jahren wurden heranwachsende Jungen einem ersten Initiationsritus unterzogen, der Wochen andauern konnte.

Dabei wurden sie von ihren Müttern getrennt, durften nicht sprechen und nicht angesprochen werden. Bestandteil der Initiationsriten ist der Walkabout , ein Einführungsritual für dreizehnjährige Aborigines, die erstmals den Weg ihres eigenen Traumpfades gehen.

Vor allem in Zentralaustralien, also zum Beispiel bei Arrernte, Pitjantjatjara und Luritja, ist in diesem Alter die Zirkumzision üblich.

Bei diesen Völkern wird im späteren jugendlichen Alter auch die Subinzision praktiziert. Die Narben waren je nach Volk zwei bis vier einfache nebeneinanderlaufende Linien auf der Schulter, Brust oder Bauch, die mit einem scharfen Steinmesser erstellt wurden.

Der Schlüssel zum Verständnis ihrer Gesellschaftsstruktur liegt in ihrem komplexen Netz von Verwandtschaftsbeziehungen und deren Implikationen, das in allen Teilen Australiens in verschiedenen Formen existierte [87] [88] und heute noch insbesondere in Zentralaustralien besteht.

Grundlage der Verwandtschaftsbeziehungen ist nicht das in westlichen Kulturen verbreitete Eskimo-System , sondern das Iroquois-System.

Das Eskimo-System besteht aus einer Kernfamilie: Vater, Mutter, Bruder und Schwester. Das Iroquois-System weitet das Konzept aus; so werden alle Schwestern der Mutter ebenfalls als Mutter bezeichnet.

Analog werden alle Brüder des Vaters als Väter bezeichnet. Nur wenn sich das Geschlecht in der Elterngeneration auf mütterlicher oder väterlicher Seite ändert, werden andere Bezeichnungen verwendet.

Demnach hat man nur auf der mütterlichen Seite Onkel und nur auf der väterlichen Seite Tanten. Die Tante auf der mütterlichen Seite wird als Mutter bezeichnet und der Onkel auf der Seite des Vaters als Vater.

Das System erstreckt sich weiter auf Cousins und Cousinen. Das gilt ebenso für die Kinder des Bruders des Vaters der als Vater bezeichnet wird.

Es handelt sich hier um eine sogenannte Kreuzkusinenheirat , die auch von anderen Kulturen her bekannt ist. Das eben erläuterte System ist egozentrisch, denn es geht von einer Person Ego aus und entwickelt Relationen zu anderen Gruppenmitgliedern.

Dieses egozentrische Bild ergibt sich jedoch nur aus der Analyse des eigentlichen Verwandtschaftssystems. Dieses wird im Folgenden erläutert:.

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Traps such as this seem to offer evidence of the practice of aquaculture by early Australian Aboriginal peoples.

Overview of efforts in the 21st century to bury the remains of indigenous Australians that had been taken for scientific study and museum displays.

Hatten sie das nur Kilometer entfernte Festland von der Insel Timor aus gesehen, den Rauch der gigantischen Buschfeuer, die Bahnen der Zugvögel?

Fast die Hälfte des Kontinents bestand aus Wüste und Steppe, es herrschten die weltweit höchsten Durchschnittstemperaturen.

Doch allen Widrigkeiten zum Trotz ist Isoliert vom Rest der Welt verharren die Ureinwohner Australiens jahrtausendelang in der Steinzeit.

Sie entwickeln keine Schrift, betreiben keinen Ackerbau, Pfeil und Bogen sind ihnen genauso fremd wie Werkzeuge aus Metall. Es gibt mehrere hundert Stämme, aber keine hierarchischen Gesellschaften.

Sie leben als Nomaden, in Clans von 25 bis 50 Menschen, die ihre jahrtausendealten Stammesgebiete durchstreifen — als Jäger und Sammler, an den Küsten als Fischer.

Privateigentum existiert nicht, Vorräte werden nicht angelegt. Nicht den Menschen gehört das Land, es ist genau andersherum.

Davon sind die Aborigines, die eine höchst spirituelle Verbindung zur Natur haben , überzeugt. Der Januar wird zum Schicksalstag für die australischen Ureinwohner.

An diesem Tag landet der englische Kapitän Arthur Phillip mit seiner Flotte an der Südostküste Australiens, nahe des späteren Sydney. Er will den Kontinent besiedeln, den die Europäer entdeckt haben.

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