This subject begins by examining the history of child and adolescent welfare in Aboriginal communities, and examines the influence of history on present policies related to Aboriginal children and youth. It further considers culturally appropriate responses to child protection and substitute care including issues such as self-determination for Aboriginal communities, land rights and empowerment.
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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