Questions:How has colonisation affected and changed Indigenous governance and leadership in Australia?
The assessmentcriteriagive information onhow your assessment will be marked.
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Due Date: 18/10/2018 Time: 6 pm (Darwin Time) Words: 2000 words. (Excluding references) Questions: How has colonisation affected and changed Indigenous governance and leadership in Australia? Assessment Criteria The assessment criteria give information on how your assessment will be marked. Read this carefully. You will be assessed on your ability to: express in your own words, what you have learned through the readings and your own additional research (10%) use evidence and reason to support your findings, arguments and opinions (10%) introduction which maps out the focus of the essay and a conclusion/summary (10%) present your paper adequately- with correct spelling, grammar, referencing (10%) Your essay should be presented as a Word document, font size 12. Provide a separate reference list page with relevant reference details. References should be formatted in CDU Harvard referencing style. References and readings that should be used: David Claudie 2011, Northern Kaanju Ngaachi Documentary, streaming video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YG5FrnEwyU. The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute, http://toolkit.aigi.com.au/toolkit/4-0-your-governing-body-and-leadership United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, what is Good Governance?https://www.unescap.org/sites/default/files/good-governance.pdf. Saunders, C 2000, “The Implication of Federalism for Indigenous Australians”. In Y Ghai (ed.), Autonomy and Ethnicity: Negotiating Competing Claims in Multi-ethnic States, Cambridge University Press, pp.266-286 Porter, RO 2005, “The decolonization of Indigenous governance”, in Wilson, WA & Bird, MY (eds.), For Indigenous eyes only: A decolonization handbook, School of American Research Press, pp. 87-108. Alfredsson, G 1998, “Indigenous Peoples and Autonomy” in M Suksi (ed.) Autonomy: Applications and Implications, Kluwer Law, pp.125-137 Bradfield, S 2006, “Separatism or status quo?: Indigenous affairs from the birth of land…