Aboriginal Сommunity

Council works with its local Aboriginal community in acknowledging and promoting its rich history. Today, supporting the Aboriginal community in Kingston develops as well as implementing the council policy and supporting committee network organization. Aboriginal people face a significant number of environmental issues within their territories. Notably, its goal is to demonstrate that the Aboriginal Community council program can minimize the rate at which the Aboriginal participants re-offend after being convicted (Sullivan, 2010).

This program was of great help to a considerable number of victims, and community members who felt saver because they were likely to talk to the offender thus getting a solution. The most crucial coordination among the federal government and agencies and various government levels were addressing community safety and the cause of the violence in the Aboriginal community. The program provided the Aboriginal community with tools and opportunities in identifying their crucial safety issues as well as their collective resources that can be used to work toward community safety and healing (Sullivan, 2010).

A considerable number of Aboriginal sources states that the cause of family violence is not part of the Aboriginal culture. European invasion and dispossession play a significant role for marginalization and dispossession thus destroying the Aboriginal community. Moreover, childhood experience of violence and abuse where Aboriginal kids were kidnapped from their parents and put in missions against their will where they psychologically abused them. Their suffering in the mission was the seed causing violence in the Aboriginal community (Smye, et al., 2011).

To sum up, it is an impression of perception to think that the Aboriginal people spend most of their time worrying about the white society. However, they have other important things to consider like taking great care of their families in the other communities.


Smye, V., Browne, A. J., Varcoe, C., & Josewski, V. (2011). Harm reduction, methadone maintenance treatment and the root causes of health and social inequities: An intersectional lens in the Canadian context. Harm reduction journal, 8(1), 17.

Sullivan, P. (2010). The Aboriginal community sector and the effective delivery of services: Acknowledging the role of Indigenous sector organisations. Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre: Working Paper Series, (73).