Aboriginal and torres strait islander heritage protection act 1984 3 (3) for the purposes of this act, an area or object shall be taken to be under threat of injury or desecration if it is, or is likely to be. The aboriginal protection association, which had managed the missions, remained responsible for aboriginal 'spiritual welfare' 33 1909 aborigines protection act passed. Probably, one of the more infamous pieces of legislation introduced by the queensland authorities was the aboriginals protection and restriction of the sale of opium act 1897 (qld) this act created the positions of protectors of aboriginals, and in 1904, the office of the chief protector of aboriginals. On this day in 1869, the controversial aboriginal protection act was enacted in the australian state of victoria the act handed direct control to the.
• the aboriginal and torres strait islander her itage protection act 1984 (the atsihp act) assists in the preservation and protection of places, areas and objects of particular significance to indigenous australians. Versions of this act (includes consolidations, reprints and as passed versions) history of this act please note: the link to this page has been updated to law_a2983html. The aborigines protection amending act, 1915 (act no2, 1915) , gave the bpa the power to assume control and custody of aboriginal children if it believed this action to be in the moral or physical interest of the child, and to remove the child to such care and control as it thinks best.
The aboriginal protection act, enacted in 1869 by the colony of victoria, australia gave extensive powers over the lives of aboriginal people to the government's board for the protection of aborigines, including regulation of residence, employment and marriage. Aboriginal protection act 1869's wiki: the aboriginal protection act, enacted in 1869 by the colony of victoria, australia gave extensive powers over the lives of aboriginal people to the government's board for the protection of aborigines, including regulation of residence, employment and mar. Board established in 1883, which gained legal powers in 1909, when the aborigines protection act was passed, giving the board wide-ranging control over the lives of aboriginal people, including the power to remove children from families. Part iv — protection of aboriginal sites 15 report of findings 9 16 excavation of aboriginal sites 9 this act may be cited as the aboriginal heritage act 1972. In 1886 the aborigines protection act defined categories of aboriginal australians and forced those of mixed ancestry off the reserves by 1917 all full-blooded aboriginal peoples were concentrated on the two surviving mission stations largely against their will, and children were separated from their parents and placed in.
Aborigines protection (amendment) act half-caste aboriginal who is a native of new south wales and (b) by omitting in the definition of reserve . The aboriginal protection and restriction of the sale of opium act (qld) allows the chief protector to remove local aboriginal people onto and between reserves and hold children in dormitories until 1965 the director of native welfare is the legal guardian of all 'aboriginal' children whether their parents are living or not. The aboriginal preservation and protection act of 1939 replaced the ab origines protection and restriction of the sale of opium act of 1897 in order to change the queensland policy from the 'protection and segregation' of indigenous people to 'protection and preservation' what did it mean the 1939. 1915 despite the provisions of the defence act, aboriginal people serve at gallipoli and other fronts, world war 1nsw aborigines protection board empowered to remove and apprentice aboriginal children without a court hearingsimilar policies allowing the removal of aboriginal children implemented in other states practice continues up to the.
The board provided government assistance to aboriginal reserves and i n 1909 their powers were expanded with the passing of the aboriginal protection act (nsw) this act gave the board the power to remove children and greater control over aboriginal reserves, including those that had been set up by aboriginal people and religious groups. Western australia anno quinto edwardi septimi regis, xiv no 14 of 1905, an act to make provision for the better protection and care of the aboriginal. 2 aboriginal heritage legislation in nsw 1969 national parks and wildlife (amendment) act (commenced 1970) beginning of legal protection for aboriginal heritage relics and sites in nsw. Board reconstituted under the aborigines protection (amendment) act of 1940, from the previous aborigines protection board it exercised general supervision and care over all aboriginal people and over all matters affecting their interests and welfare.
Other acts that may be relevant to a particular site within nsw include the federal aboriginal and torres strait islander (heritage protection) act and australian heritage commission act further state acts include the new south wales heritage act and the local government act. Protection acts were passed in every state following victoria's aboriginal protection act in 1869 by 1881, new south wales had an aboriginal protector and later a board for the protection of aborigines. The passage of the aboriginal protection and comprehensive aboriginal protection act in queensland of government administration of aboriginal and torres. Aboriginal protection act 1869 (vic) page 3 of 3 33 vict] aborigines' protection [no 3 except such as shall be bonâ fide administered as a medicine, or shall.
The aboriginal child placement principle, under which an aboriginal family must be the preferred option for an aboriginal child needing out-of-home care, was incorporated into the children (care and protection) act 1987 in that year a survey of government and non-government foster parents found that only 51% of the families with aboriginal. The aborigines protection amending act 1915 gave the board the power to assume control and custody of aboriginal children if it believed this action to be in the moral or physical interest of the child, and to remove the child to such care and control as it thinks best. The aboriginal and torres strait islander heritage protection act 1984 (atsihp act) can protect areas and objects that are of particular significance to aboriginal people the atsihp act allows the environment minister, on the application of an aboriginal person or group of persons, to make a declaration to protect an area, object or class of.