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england and india had recorded 2 and 3 million of people in unemployment

link comment answered Aug 06 '13 at 12:08 AJITH MICKING New member
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No?  I don't know though. BUt I'm prett sure

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  Law reform advocacy document
Kim Wayne, human rights studies student. Previously researched on the violation of the human rights and corruption in various countries including Australia. Due to the census that was conducted in Australia in 2011, conclusions were made that 3 million people were older and were in the age range of 65years and above. Among this older people in Australia, a number of them never married and settle down with their loved ones, this was majorly frequent with the men than women.
  For the reason of their bad health and higher acceleration rate in socioeconomic demerits, the aid and assistance need for these older indigenous humans in Australia is totally different from other Australians, and both of these services are used at higher and younger rates.
In the year 2008, 16% of these old Australians required self-assistance with communication and even self-care. There are diseases causing burden to these group of the old indigenous Australians, these disease are viewed according to their strength on the people, they include, cardiovascular, malignant neoplasms, followed by diabetes and chronic respiratory disease. Due to the higher numbers of chronic disease among the indigenous people, dementia also becomes an emerging problem to them.
  Only a few indigenous people are able to acquire government assistance, while the remaining individuals are unable to benefit from the governments donations and support.
In Australia there are various stakeholders who also have got their own interest on indigenous people. The attorney general, plays an important role in that he is  in charge of the human rights and equal opportunity commission. The human rights and equality also has various responsibilities to play such as, investigating any case of discrimination that is purely based on colour, race and even origin. Through the formation of the human rights commission, education is also looked upon and is considered a must. The law reform act as an indepent body in Australia operating under the law reform act. It makes the formed laws simple through implementation and even removing the defects on the set laws. It also adopts and creates new ways of implementing the set laws on the people of Australia to protect the rights of the indigenous people. The organization law reform commission, also creates a better access to justice in that the set laws are implemented and no individual is above the law.
  Despite of the formation of organization such as human rights and equal commission, several organization were also formed that favoured the indigenous people in Australia. The organization insures that every individual is given equal attention before the law without considering the age of an individual   since all are protected by the same law under one government.
  Common wealth legislations are rules and policies that are set by the organization to protect the people of the common wealth countries.These policies include, commonwealth discrimination act. (1975), Common wealth racial hatred act (1995), Human rights and equal opportunity act (1986).
  Under the policy commonwealth racial discrimination act of (1975), the people of Australia are procted and they both enjoy the resources and security of Australia without looking at an individual’s race, colour and ethnic origin. This policies protects everyone in Australia including the students, government officials, and business people including the president.
  The policy of racial discrimination act of (1975) is implemented by human rights and equal opportunity commission.
  Commonwealth racial hatred act (1995).The act gives the people of Australia an opportunity to complain to the authorities about misconduct and poor behavior of other individuals. The act operates between two valid rights. The right of free communication and the right to free vilification. It embraces the acts that are done in parts due to colour, race or national.
  For the protection of freedom to speak to be successful under the racial act, then various prohibited such as, performance of an artist, debate and a good report on public interest are allowed if done in a gentle manner.
Inoder to lodge a complaint, the complainant must be able to prove that the action was done in a public place due to the difference in his ethnic group.
  Human rights and equal opportunity commission act (1986).The above act is witnessed all over Australia and it has effect on the following ,the rights of children, the rights of people who belong to a certain national group and political rights. The above acts states that everybody in Australia is equal and is allowed to enjoy any resources in Australia despite of their race, ethnicity, colour and even position in office. The act also does various functions in the country such as investigating into the lodged complaints and helps individual to be aware of their human rights and exploit them fully.
  Human rights and equal opportunity commission act (1986) clearly outlines the problems of the older people in Australia and protects them against from violation of their rights by individuals. The act also explains what the older people go through when it states that ever individual in Australia are equal whether young or old and they both enjoy the resources in .Australia.

To: Human rights and equal opportunity commissioner
From: Ken Lionel, public relations
Date: May 14, 2014
Subject: Implementation of new rules
Following the violation of the right of the old woman who was murdered last week, I would like to request you to change you rules, since people who commit offence by killing one another always go unpunished.
As a student leader in the school if public relations I would be happy if peace and harmony was restored in the city through implementation of new rules and taking action against the people who commit such offenses.
All members of my school have always liked the work you do by maintaining law and order but we would be much happier if new rules were enforced and penalties place do the people who do wrong to others .we look forward to see your good work in the coming days .
Best
Ken Lionel
  The need for the older people to get justice under the law has been properly checked and is debated upon by the law foundation. Through the laws, justice can be witnessed on everybody in Australia despite of their age,colour,origin and even sex.Some of the barriers that prevent older people from achieving their legal services include, technological barrier this may imply to the use of the telephone, machines  and web services since technology evolves with age and time.
        Recommendations
Financing model is a challenge that affects the old people in Australia in that the government spends a higher amount of money on them yearly hence the deterioration in the economy of the Australian government.
  The legal services are at times seen as costly and hence the older people cannot afford to acquire them, for example most of the older people would find it difficult to pay for some of the services that they need to be done for.
  Fraud is also a barrier that inhibits older people from acquiring their legal services. A research conducted in Australia in 2012 indicates that older people were at a higher risk to fraud as compared to younger people. There are three types of fraud namely, identity, consumer and financial fraud.
  Older people are likely to be at a higher risk of financial fraud since most of them do not have a clear knowledge about currency hence fraud would act as a barrier to older from getting their legal services.
  The fear of being laughed at or being abused by people who know things that they don’t know for example, an older person will fear when going to a bank to withdraw money and yet he has no knowledge about how a bank operates.
  Isolation by the youth, some of the youths can decide to isolate the older people from themselves arguing that they don’t know anything about the modern world this would make the older people not have a chance to get their legal services.
  There are recommendations that when considered helps the Australian old people such as, community based care where the old people remain in their homestead and are supported by their neighbors and relatives.
  Financial models, the government uses funds on the old people yearly to help them improve their living standards and live better lives.
  When the old people are welcome among other people they will begin feeling they are important and even be proud to be old, their ideas should also be used when laws are made since most of the old people are believed to be wise.
  Australia is therefore seen to be composed of a higher number of old people than the number of young people. And in 40years time if their population maintains its order of higher number of old people than young people, then its population will be composed of one quarter the old people.
   References


Vines, Pure. Aboriginal Wills Handbook: A Guide to Making Culturally Appropriate Wills for Aboriginal People in New South Wales. Sydney: New South Wales Public Trustee and Guardian, 2012. Print
Hale, Sandra B, Uldis Ozolins, and Lyudmila Stern. The Critical Link 5: Quality in Interpreting: a Shared Responsibility. Amsterdam: John Benjamin Pub. Co, 2009. Print.
Commonwealth Record. Canberra: Australian Government Pub. Service, 1976. Print.
Hanley, Penelope. Creative Lives: Personal Papers of Australian Writers and Artists. Canberra, A.C.T: National Library of Australia, 2009. Print.
Aboriginal Law Bulletin. Kensington, NSW: Aboriginal Law Research Unit, 1981. Print.
Graber, Christoph B, Karolina Kuprecht, and Jessica C. Lai. International Trade in Indigenous Cultural Heritage: Legal and Policy Issues. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2012. Print
Kuppe, René, and Richard Potz. Law and Anthropology: International Yearbook for Legal Anthropology. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 2001. Print
Berndt, R M, and R Tonkin son. Social Anthropology and Australian Aboriginal Studies: A Contemporary Overview. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 1988. Print
McIntyre, Greg. Background Paper Aboriginal Customary Law: Can It Be Recognized? Perth, W.A.: Law Reform Commission of Western Australia, 2005. Print.
Atsic Annual Report. Canberra: Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1991. Print
Apais, Australian Public Affairs Information Service: A Subject Index to Current Literature. Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1945. Print.
Glaskin, K., & Australian Anthropological Society. (2008). Mortality, mourning and mortuary practices in indigenous Australia. Alder shot, Hants, England: Ash gate.

George, F. R., & Murray, W. R. (1907). Journal (with plans) of the Government prospecting expedition to the South-Western portions of the Northern Territory. Adelaide: Govt. Printer.
Calwell, A. A., Australian News and Information Bureau., & Australia. (1945). Australia will welcome migrants: Minister explains government plans. London: Australian News & Information Bureau.
Australia's marine science and technology plan: An overview. (1999). Canberra, ACT: Science and Technology Policy Branch, Dept. of Industry, Science and Resources.

Spoehr, J., & Wakefield Press. (2005). State of South Australia: Trends & issues. Kent Town, S.A: Wakefield Press.
Jones, M. A. (1977). Organizational and social planning in Australian local government. Richmond [Australia: Heinemann Educational Australia.

Johnson, A., & Chang, E. (2014). Caring for older people in Australia: Principles for nursing practice. Milton, Qld: John Wiley and Sons Australia.

Nay, R., Garratt, S., & Featherstonehaugh, D. (2013). Older People: Issues and Innovations in Care.
South Australia. (2003). moving ahead: A strategic plan for human services for older people in South Australia, 1999-2004: step four, implementation action plan, 2002-2003. Adelaide: Dept. of Human Services.

Byrne, G., & Neville, C. (2010). Community mental health for older people. Sydney: Elsevier.

Borowski, A., Encel, S., & Ozanne, E. (1997). Ageing and social policy in Australia. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hutchinson, B. A. (1954). Old people in a modern Australian community: A social survey. Carlton: Melbourne University Press.
Australian Planning Congress, & Australian Planning Institute. (1966). Papers of the Ninth Australian Planning Congress, Sydney, August, 1966. Sydney: West Pub. Corp.
Aged and Community Services Australia. (2010). The grand plan: A new vision for the care of older Australians. Osbourne Park, W.A: Aged and Community Services Australia.
Willis, E., Reynolds, L. E., & Keleher, H. (2009). Understanding the Australian health care system. Chatswood, N.S.W: Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier.

Kendig, H., & Duckett, S. J. (2001). Australian directions in aged care: The generation of policies for generations of older people. Sydney], NSW, Australia: Australian Health Policy Institute at the University of Sydney.

link comment answered Oct 29 '15 at 08:40 nicholas odhiambo New member
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  Law reform advocacy document
Kim Wayne, human rights studies student. Previously researched on the violation of the human rights and corruption in various countries including Australia. Due to the census that was conducted in Australia in 2011, conclusions were made that 3 million people were older and were in the age range of 65years and above. Among this older people in Australia, a number of them never married and settle down with their loved ones, this was majorly frequent with the men than women.
  For the reason of their bad health and higher acceleration rate in socioeconomic demerits, the aid and assistance need for these older indigenous humans in Australia is totally different from other Australians, and both of these services are used at higher and younger rates.
In the year 2008, 16% of these old Australians required self-assistance with communication and even self-care. There are diseases causing burden to these group of the old indigenous Australians, these disease are viewed according to their strength on the people, they include, cardiovascular, malignant neoplasms, followed by diabetes and chronic respiratory disease. Due to the higher numbers of chronic disease among the indigenous people, dementia also becomes an emerging problem to them.
  Only a few indigenous people are able to acquire government assistance, while the remaining individuals are unable to benefit from the governments donations and support.
In Australia there are various stakeholders who also have got their own interest on indigenous people. The attorney general, plays an important role in that he is  in charge of the human rights and equal opportunity commission. The human rights and equality also has various responsibilities to play such as, investigating any case of discrimination that is purely based on colour, race and even origin. Through the formation of the human rights commission, education is also looked upon and is considered a must. The law reform act as an indepent body in Australia operating under the law reform act. It makes the formed laws simple through implementation and even removing the defects on the set laws. It also adopts and creates new ways of implementing the set laws on the people of Australia to protect the rights of the indigenous people. The organization law reform commission, also creates a better access to justice in that the set laws are implemented and no individual is above the law.
  Despite of the formation of organization such as human rights and equal commission, several organization were also formed that favoured the indigenous people in Australia. The organization insures that every individual is given equal attention before the law without considering the age of an individual   since all are protected by the same law under one government.
  Common wealth legislations are rules and policies that are set by the organization to protect the people of the common wealth countries.These policies include, commonwealth discrimination act. (1975), Common wealth racial hatred act (1995), Human rights and equal opportunity act (1986).
  Under the policy commonwealth racial discrimination act of (1975), the people of Australia are procted and they both enjoy the resources and security of Australia without looking at an individual’s race, colour and ethnic origin. This policies protects everyone in Australia including the students, government officials, and business people including the president.
  The policy of racial discrimination act of (1975) is implemented by human rights and equal opportunity commission.
  Commonwealth racial hatred act (1995).The act gives the people of Australia an opportunity to complain to the authorities about misconduct and poor behavior of other individuals. The act operates between two valid rights. The right of free communication and the right to free vilification. It embraces the acts that are done in parts due to colour, race or national.
  For the protection of freedom to speak to be successful under the racial act, then various prohibited such as, performance of an artist, debate and a good report on public interest are allowed if done in a gentle manner.
Inoder to lodge a complaint, the complainant must be able to prove that the action was done in a public place due to the difference in his ethnic group.
  Human rights and equal opportunity commission act (1986).The above act is witnessed all over Australia and it has effect on the following ,the rights of children, the rights of people who belong to a certain national group and political rights. The above acts states that everybody in Australia is equal and is allowed to enjoy any resources in Australia despite of their race, ethnicity, colour and even position in office. The act also does various functions in the country such as investigating into the lodged complaints and helps individual to be aware of their human rights and exploit them fully.
  Human rights and equal opportunity commission act (1986) clearly outlines the problems of the older people in Australia and protects them against from violation of their rights by individuals. The act also explains what the older people go through when it states that ever individual in Australia are equal whether young or old and they both enjoy the resources in .Australia.

To: Human rights and equal opportunity commissioner
From: Ken Lionel, public relations
Date: May 14, 2014
Subject: Implementation of new rules
Following the violation of the right of the old woman who was murdered last week, I would like to request you to change you rules, since people who commit offence by killing one another always go unpunished.
As a student leader in the school if public relations I would be happy if peace and harmony was restored in the city through implementation of new rules and taking action against the people who commit such offenses.
All members of my school have always liked the work you do by maintaining law and order but we would be much happier if new rules were enforced and penalties place do the people who do wrong to others .we look forward to see your good work in the coming days .
Best
Ken Lionel
  The need for the older people to get justice under the law has been properly checked and is debated upon by the law foundation. Through the laws, justice can be witnessed on everybody in Australia despite of their age,colour,origin and even sex.Some of the barriers that prevent older people from achieving their legal services include, technological barrier this may imply to the use of the telephone, machines  and web services since technology evolves with age and time.
        Recommendations
Financing model is a challenge that affects the old people in Australia in that the government spends a higher amount of money on them yearly hence the deterioration in the economy of the Australian government.
  The legal services are at times seen as costly and hence the older people cannot afford to acquire them, for example most of the older people would find it difficult to pay for some of the services that they need to be done for.
  Fraud is also a barrier that inhibits older people from acquiring their legal services. A research conducted in Australia in 2012 indicates that older people were at a higher risk to fraud as compared to younger people. There are three types of fraud namely, identity, consumer and financial fraud.
  Older people are likely to be at a higher risk of financial fraud since most of them do not have a clear knowledge about currency hence fraud would act as a barrier to older from getting their legal services.
  The fear of being laughed at or being abused by people who know things that they don’t know for example, an older person will fear when going to a bank to withdraw money and yet he has no knowledge about how a bank operates.
  Isolation by the youth, some of the youths can decide to isolate the older people from themselves arguing that they don’t know anything about the modern world this would make the older people not have a chance to get their legal services.
  There are recommendations that when considered helps the Australian old people such as, community based care where the old people remain in their homestead and are supported by their neighbors and relatives.
  Financial models, the government uses funds on the old people yearly to help them improve their living standards and live better lives.
  When the old people are welcome among other people they will begin feeling they are important and even be proud to be old, their ideas should also be used when laws are made since most of the old people are believed to be wise.
  Australia is therefore seen to be composed of a higher number of old people than the number of young people. And in 40years time if their population maintains its order of higher number of old people than young people, then its population will be composed of one quarter the old people.
   References


Vines, Pure. Aboriginal Wills Handbook: A Guide to Making Culturally Appropriate Wills for Aboriginal People in New South Wales. Sydney: New South Wales Public Trustee and Guardian, 2012. Print
Hale, Sandra B, Uldis Ozolins, and Lyudmila Stern. The Critical Link 5: Quality in Interpreting: a Shared Responsibility. Amsterdam: John Benjamin Pub. Co, 2009. Print.
Commonwealth Record. Canberra: Australian Government Pub. Service, 1976. Print.
Hanley, Penelope. Creative Lives: Personal Papers of Australian Writers and Artists. Canberra, A.C.T: National Library of Australia, 2009. Print.
Aboriginal Law Bulletin. Kensington, NSW: Aboriginal Law Research Unit, 1981. Print.
Graber, Christoph B, Karolina Kuprecht, and Jessica C. Lai. International Trade in Indigenous Cultural Heritage: Legal and Policy Issues. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2012. Print
Kuppe, René, and Richard Potz. Law and Anthropology: International Yearbook for Legal Anthropology. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 2001. Print
Berndt, R M, and R Tonkin son. Social Anthropology and Australian Aboriginal Studies: A Contemporary Overview. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 1988. Print
McIntyre, Greg. Background Paper Aboriginal Customary Law: Can It Be Recognized? Perth, W.A.: Law Reform Commission of Western Australia, 2005. Print.
Atsic Annual Report. Canberra: Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1991. Print
Apais, Australian Public Affairs Information Service: A Subject Index to Current Literature. Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1945. Print.
Glaskin, K., & Australian Anthropological Society. (2008). Mortality, mourning and mortuary practices in indigenous Australia. Alder shot, Hants, England: Ash gate.

George, F. R., & Murray, W. R. (1907). Journal (with plans) of the Government prospecting expedition to the South-Western portions of the Northern Territory. Adelaide: Govt. Printer.
Calwell, A. A., Australian News and Information Bureau., & Australia. (1945). Australia will welcome migrants: Minister explains government plans. London: Australian News & Information Bureau.
Australia's marine science and technology plan: An overview. (1999). Canberra, ACT: Science and Technology Policy Branch, Dept. of Industry, Science and Resources.

Spoehr, J., & Wakefield Press. (2005). State of South Australia: Trends & issues. Kent Town, S.A: Wakefield Press.
Jones, M. A. (1977). Organizational and social planning in Australian local government. Richmond [Australia: Heinemann Educational Australia.

Johnson, A., & Chang, E. (2014). Caring for older people in Australia: Principles for nursing practice. Milton, Qld: John Wiley and Sons Australia.

Nay, R., Garratt, S., & Featherstonehaugh, D. (2013). Older People: Issues and Innovations in Care.
South Australia. (2003). moving ahead: A strategic plan for human services for older people in South Australia, 1999-2004: step four, implementation action plan, 2002-2003. Adelaide: Dept. of Human Services.

Byrne, G., & Neville, C. (2010). Community mental health for older people. Sydney: Elsevier.

Borowski, A., Encel, S., & Ozanne, E. (1997). Ageing and social policy in Australia. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hutchinson, B. A. (1954). Old people in a modern Australian community: A social survey. Carlton: Melbourne University Press.
Australian Planning Congress, & Australian Planning Institute. (1966). Papers of the Ninth Australian Planning Congress, Sydney, August, 1966. Sydney: West Pub. Corp.
Aged and Community Services Australia. (2010). The grand plan: A new vision for the care of older Australians. Osbourne Park, W.A: Aged and Community Services Australia.
Willis, E., Reynolds, L. E., & Keleher, H. (2009). Understanding the Australian health care system. Chatswood, N.S.W: Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier.

Kendig, H., & Duckett, S. J. (2001). Australian directions in aged care: The generation of policies for generations of older people. Sydney], NSW, Australia: Australian Health Policy Institute at the University of Sydney.

link comment answered Oct 29 '15 at 08:41 nicholas odhiambo New member
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The tenses are correct in this sentence. 

link comment answered Dec 18 '15 at 18:38 Marlene New member
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Kindly look into it. Please make your driver’s and your coordinator’s understand that they are the service provider. Thereby they cannot pick up the staff as per their convenience, they have to follow the appropriate routing rather making their owns routings. Your coordinator Nitin was also rude and not ready to listen when our coordinators (Gautam and  Sanjay) was opposing for the inappropriate routing. And on the above they have no rights to threatened the staff for cab moved.

link comment answered Aug 16 at 11:25 Bharti New member
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i came on this website cause i don't know how to use grammer proply now you are asking me to answer a question that i don't even know i just need help with my grammer!!

link answered Dec 13 '13 at 17:18 Shirley Boswell New member

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