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Indigenous Australian customary law refers to the legal systems and practices uniquely belonging to Indigenous Australians. Indigenous customary law developed over time from accepted moral norms within Indigenous societies. They regulate human behaviour, mandate specific sanctions for non-compliance, and connect people with the land and with each other, through a system of relationships.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people may experience discrimination in many areas of their daily life. For example, you may face discrimination: in the place where you work or when you are applying for jobs. when renting or trying to rent accommodation
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