Displacement of Indigenous Peoples in the Former White Settler Colonies of Australia, New Zealand and Canada

Displacement of Indigenous Peoples in the Former White Settler Colonies of Australia, New Zealand and Canada

The universalisation of capitalism through imperialism of the last two centuries has enacted violent transformations of the economies, lives and opportunities of the Indigenous peoples of the various colonies of empire. The experience of dispossession has everywhere left Indigenous peoples disempowered and highly represented in populations at risk of homelessness, ill-health and incarceration.

This article is from the Parity - November 2010 Homelessness and Dispossession

JOURNAL: Parity
VOLUME: 23
ISSUE: 9
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010
LOCATION: Canada; Australia; New Zealand

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