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Indigenous populations in a multi-cultural society – the UK

Indigenous populations in a multi-cultural society – the UK

By on Jun 7, 2018 in Blog |

The definition of indigenous population is the population that has been residing in a region for a period of time. What isn’t clear is how long that period needs to be. In times when people are more sensitive than ever to people migrating in and out of areas, it is interesting to look at a country which has experienced so many different patterns of migration, that...

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Africa’s Indigenous Population – Part 3

Africa’s Indigenous Population – Part 3

By on May 26, 2018 in Blog |

The population of the north of the continent becomes markedly different from the ethnic groups found further south as many Arab communities inhabit large areas of land. The Berbers have been on the continent for 10,000 years and are present across the northern part from Morocco in the west to Egypt in the east. This area used to be known as the Maghreb before being...

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Africa’s Indigenous People – Part 2

Africa’s Indigenous People – Part 2

By on May 6, 2018 in Blog |

There are many different indigenous groups throughout the continent. Throughout the years these different groups of people have moved around the continent adapting to the different climatic and environmental conditions that they have been located in. One of the most recognizable groups have been the Maasai people that are found in Northern Kenya and Southern...

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Africa’s Indigenous People – Part 1

Africa’s Indigenous People – Part 1

By on Apr 26, 2018 in Blog |

The indigenous populations on the continent of Africa are vast and varied. There are many subdivisions of different peoples with separate clans and tribes, so it is only achievable to understand a broad overview of the people. The situation is complicated further by the fact that many of these people are hunter gatherers and they follow changes in weather patterns....

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The Indigenous People of New Zealand: the Maoris

The Indigenous People of New Zealand: the Maoris

By on Apr 13, 2018 in Blog |

The Maoris are the indigenous people of New Zealand. They are the most recent of indigenous populations to be located in a certain area, as the Maoris have only been present in the country since around 1250. They are actually from the Polynesian Islands and first arrived in New Zealand by canoes. As they settled on the Islands, their isolation resulted in them...

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The Indigenous People of Australia: the Aboriginals

The Indigenous People of Australia: the Aboriginals

By on Apr 2, 2018 in Blog |

There is no more famous group of indigenous people than the Aboriginal Australians. Over the years they have constantly been in the news, as they have strived to overcome injustice and receive equal rights. In the process many incidents have been revealed that have shown them to have been exploited and treated poorly, with many of these cases still being under...

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