Rights of women, Indegenous and Migrants

  • Rights of Indegenous: Shooting Policy

    Whites were allowed to shoot aboriganals on there property. This was a law. Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Lurking Aboriganals

    Gov' Macquarie makes a ruling, 'No aboriganals to be armed near a town'. There is also no more than 6 aboriganals to be 'lurking'. (Hanging around)
  • Rights of Women: First Female Riot

    First Female workers riot in Parramatta female factory over food deprivation. Date is not specified
  • Rights of Migrants: Immigration Restriction act

    Victoria introduces the first Immigration Restriction Act in Australia aimed at limiting Chinese immigration. Other Australian colonies soon followed in their footseps. Date not specified
  • Rights og Migrants: Queensland sugar plantation

    Queensland sugar plantation owners commence forcible labour recruitment of Pacific Islanders. About 62,000 pacific Islanders are kidnapped before the practice ceases in 1901.
    1901. Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Shot dead

    By 1868 150 aboriginals were shot dead. Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Dying race

    Aboriginal people are believed to be a dying race, requiring children of mixed descent to be absorbed into the 'white' community. The Aborigines Act officially commences the removal of Aboriginal children in Victoria. Date not specified
  • Rights of women: First female doctor

    The first female doctor was registered. Her name was Constance Stone. She was refused entre to the Melbourne University so she had to study overseas. Date not specified
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  • Rights of Indegenous:Commenwealth formed

    The commenwealth was formed but the aboriganals weren't classed as citezens. Date not specified
  • Rights of Migrants: Immigration restriction act

    The federated Australia passes the Immigration Restriction and Pacific Island Labourers acts, based on the 1896 Immigration Restriction Act (USA) and the 1897 Natal Immigration Restriction Bill (South Africa). Referred to as the ‘White Australia’ policy it includes a dictation test for the sole purpose of excluding immigrants deemed undesirable. Date not specified
  • Rights of Women: The Suffragettes

    Emmeline Pankhurst was the main player of the Suffragettes, founding the womens social and political union in the UK to push the right to vote. These women were tough under the slogan, "Pleeds not words" Date is not specified
  • Rights of Women: Voting

    Women were allowed to vote in federal elections. Date is not specified
  • Rights of Women: First Female parlimentry candidates

    The first female parlimentry candidates had a seat in parliment. Vida Goldstein, Nelle Martel, Mary Anne Bartley and Selina Anderson stood for the seat of Daily. Date not specified
  • Rights of Women: Some women have the right to vote

    From the 1860's Victorian landowners had equal rights with male landowners to vote in Victorian local governments elections. Date is not specified
  • Rights of Migrants:

  • Right sof Migrants:

    The British start sending child migrants to Australia to start a new 'White Australia". Date not specified
  • Rights of women: Maternity allowance

    Maternity allowance started at €5. Date not specified
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    Rights of Women: World War 1 (WW1)

    Women were eager to help out when WW1 broke out. Their attempt to take over the mens jobs were denied. Dates not specified Date is not specified
  • Rights of women: Female police officers

    The first female police officers were hired. Their names were Annie Ross and Katie Cocks (SA and NSW) Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Murderings going down

    The amount of shootings went down and less aboriganals had died. Date not specified
  • Rights of Women: Women in Polotics

    In 1919 the first women was elected into the federal election. Her name was Susan Grace Benny. Date not specified
  • Rights of women: Minimum wage for women

    Minimum wage for women workers was set for 54% of the mens. Date not specified
  • Rights of Women: Female in parliment

    The first female in parliment, Edith Cowan. Date not specified
  • Rights of Women: Country Womens Association (CWA)

    The first branches of the CWA were founded, giving women a chance to land an opportunity. to fundraise for different causes and support other things. Today there is more than 25,000 women now in the CWA. Date is not specified
  • Rights of Women: First female speaker

    The first female speaker was in NSW. Her name was Millicent Preston-Stanley. Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Aborigonals culture

    Aborigonals were banned from their doing ceromonies and anything in there culture. Date not specified
  • Rights of Women: Widows pension

    The widows pension was introduced. The widows pension is when a man and a woman is married and the man dies, the woman gets a little bit of money to keep her life going. Date not specified
  • Rights of Women: Women in Parliment

    First women were elected into federal parliment. There names were Enid Lyons and Dorothy Tangney. Date is not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Voting Policy

    Aboriganals were allowed to vote in STATE elections. They got enrolled and had there first vote. Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous and Women: Voting Policy

    All aboriganal women (and men) were able to vote. Date is not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Voting

    Aboriganals were allowed to vote in ALL elections Australia wide. Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Same rights

    Aboriganals had the same rights as the whites, they could live anywhere. Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Citezenship

    Aboriganals were classified as a citezen of Australia. Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous and Women: Commenwealth games

    The first female aboriganal, Cathy Freeman, won a gold medal in the Commenwealth games. Date not specified
  • Rights of women: Equal for women in workplace

    In 1999 There was an equal opportunity for women in the workpalce act Date not specified
  • Rights of women: Female in parliment

    The first Deputy Prime Minister was elected into Australian parliment. Her name was Julia Gillard. Date not specified
  • Rights of women: First female Governer General

    The first female that was a governer general was in 2008. Her name was Quentin Brice. Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: Sorry speech

    Kevin Rudd gave a sorry speech where he apoligized to the 'Stolen Generation',
  • Rights of Women: First female Prime Minister

    The first female Prime Minister was elected in Australia. (Julia Gillard) Date not specified
  • Rights of Indegenous: First aboriganal in parliment

    The first aboriganal was given a seat in federal parliment. (Nova Perie) Date not specified