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acknowledgement of countryの例文

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  • A Welcome to Country does not preclude an Acknowledgement of Country.
  • Following a Welcome to Country by a local indigenous representative, additional speakers may provide an Acknowledgement of Country.
  • The native title dispute led one local council to alter their " Acknowledgement of country " statement prior to meetings.
  • Many public events in Australia, including ceremonies, speeches, conferences and festivals, begin with a Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country.
  • Tania Wanganeen has been working along with the teachers from Maitland Lutheran School to teach some basic language such as Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country.
  • The Acknowledgement of Country is usually a statement or a speech made by an Aboriginal or a non-Aboriginal to show respect to the traditional custodians of the land.
  • Acknowledgements of Country are usually only one or two sentences long, and simply ask those present to acknowledge the fact that they are on the traditional lands of a particular Aboriginal nation.
  • On 26 January 2013, Kathleen Wynne's speech to the Ontario Liberal Party's leadership convention began with an acknowledgement of country for the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation.
  • The New South Wales Government has published a document with typical examples of the Acknowledgement of Country; one such example states : " I would like to acknowledge that this meeting is being held on Aboriginal land and recognise the strength, resilience and capacity of Aboriginal people in this land ."
  • Welcomes to Country can be relatively long, and are often spoken in full in both English and the language of the respective Aboriginal nation . ( Sometimes an interpreter is required to translate the Elder's language into English for the English-speaking audience present . ) Acknowledgements of Country are more common, and are typically made at the beginning of a speech or an event by a speaker who is not of the requisite Aboriginal nation.