Miscellaneous

What is Koolin Balit?

What is Koolin Balit?

Koolin Balit means healthy people in the Boonwurrung language. Koolin Balit is the Victorian Government’s strategic directions for Aboriginal health over the next 10 years.

What is Korin Balit DJAK?

Korin Korin Balit-Djak means ‘Growing very strong’ in the Woi wurrung language. It provides an overarching framework for action to improve the health, wellbeing and safety of Aboriginal Victorians now and over the next 10 years.

Who created the Koolin Balit?

the Minister for Health
Koolin Balit is the Victorian Government’s strategic direction for Aboriginal health over the next 10 years. It was launched by the Minister for Health at the Aboriginal health conference in May 2012.

What are the guiding principles for Aboriginal affairs?

The VAAF is underpinned by Aboriginal self-determination

  • not be discriminated against.
  • enjoy language, culture and heritage.
  • land and natural resources.
  • have access to the basic necessities of life and be economically self-sufficient.
  • make decisions that impact their lives from a position of wellbeing and empowerment.

What is self determination Undrip?

Article 3 of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples states: Indigenous peoples have the right to self-determination. This guarantees the right to freely determine their political condition and the right to freely pursue their form of economic, social, and cultural development.

What is Section 35 of the Canadian constitution?

What is Section 35 of the Constitution Act? Section 35 is the part of the Constitution Act that recognizes and affirms Aboriginal rights. The Canadian government did not initially plan to include Aboriginal rights so extensively within the constitution when the Act was being redrafted in the early 1980s.

What is IPRA law Philippines?

The Indigenous People’s Rights Act of 1997 (IPRA), officially designated as Republic Act No. 8371, is a Philippine law that recognizes and promotes the rights of indigenous cultural communities and indigenous peoples in the Philippines.

What are the Rights guaranteed by s 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982?

Section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982 explicitly recognizes and affirms the existing Aboriginal and treaty rights of the Aboriginal peoples of Canada. Section 35 also indicates that the term “Aboriginal peoples of Canada” includes the First Nation, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada.

What are the five pillars of IPRA law?

These five institutions – the Supreme Court, the Catholic Church, the media, the business community and the private lawyers’ groups are the pillars of the rule of law.

What are the salient points of IPRA law?

Ownership; Develop & manage lands & natural resources; Stay in territories; Rights in case of displacement; Regulate entry of migrants; Claim reservations; Right to safe & clean air & water; Resolve conflict through customary law; To transfer ancestral lands; To redeem ancestral lands lost through vitiated consent.

What was significant about Section 35 of the Constitution Act of 1982?