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Reconciliation is a current movement in Australia that seeks to improves the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians, improve the living conditions of indigenous Australians, and to apologize for past wrongs done to them. This movement, breaking the tradition of prejudice and marginalization of Native Australians, is making huge strides, but it also faces disunity, fragmentation, and the Australian government's lack of commitment to the process and to indigenous concerns. 
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