AEK1105 - Aboriginal Traditions and Policy or
AEK1204 - Aboriginal History and Political Movements and
AEK2203 - Indigenous Perspectives On Sustainability or
AEK2205 - Politics of Aboriginal Art
AEK1105 <b>OR</b> AEK1204 <b>AND</b> AEK2203 <b>OR</b> AEK2205 Students enrolled in LBLA are required to have the following pre-requisites: AEK2203 OR AEK2205 Students enrolled in SBOL and NBSC are required to have the following pre-requisites: AEK2203
|1.||Identify and reflect on Aboriginal peoples' contemporary agendas including land and self-determination.|
|2.||Critically investigate and articulate a range of ethical issues regarding 'working with Aboriginal people.|
|3.||Apply critical thinking and self-reflection in regards to personal narratives, interactions and social conditions.|
|4.||Analyse the roles and practices of non-Aboriginal people in community and social movement settings.|
|Essay||Critical discussion on issues covered in unit.||30%|
|Presentation||Group presentation on Aboriginal case studies.||45%|
|Journal||Reflective journal on unit issues.||25%|
Decolonizing solidarity : dilemmas and directions for supporters of Indigenous struggles
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