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1951 Assimilation Paul Hasluck believed assimilation was ‘a policy of opportunity.’ It gave to the Aboriginal, and the person of mixed blood, a chance to shape his or her own life.
1965 Integration Integration meant that both Aborigines and migrants could maintain their traditional cultures but would still become part of the wider Australian community.
1972 Self-determination This policy was designed to put some control back into the hands of the aboriginal people.
1990s Reconciliation The attempt to heal divisions in societies and atone for past wrongs.
1820s - 1951 Protection and Paternalism There was a widely held belief that the Aboriginals were a dying race and they had to be protected for their own good.
Created by: Chris497