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Justice Reinvestment Forum: Build Communities Not Prisons

‘Justice Reinvestment’ Law and Advocacy Unit Justice Reinvestment Forum: Build Communities Not Prisons Deaths in Custody Watch Committee Thursday May 12th from 2 – 4pm Mercy Employment & Community Programmes 4 Brewer Place Mirrabooka WA 6061 The abstract for the presentation is below: Australia has epidemic and […]

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Sir Ronald Wilson Lecture 2012: From Doctine of Discovery to Recognition of Sovereignty

Sir Ronald Wilson Lecture 2012: From Doctine of Discovery to Recognition of Sovereignty

Annual Sir Ronald Wilson Lecture 2012 8thAugust 2012 From the Doctrine of Discovery to the Recognition of Sovereignty The Impact of the British/Australian Legal System on Aboriginal Western Australians from Colonisation to the Present Adjunct Professor Dennis Eggington Chief Executive Officer Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia […]

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Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody – 20 Years On

The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody was established in October 1987 in response to a growing public concern that deaths in custody of Aboriginal people were too common and that explanations were too evasive. The final report, released on 15 April 1991 investigated 99 deaths […]

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The Doctrine of Discovery

19 November 2010, University of New South Wales National Indigenous Policy and Dialogue Conference Presented by Ms. Tammy Solonec, Managing Solicitor Law and Advocacy Unit, Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (ALSWA) and Mr Les Malezer, Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action (FAIRA).    The Indigenous […]

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Indigenous Peoples and International Law

 Indigenous Peoples and International Law: Examples of Engagement and Guidance on Application in Australia   27 October 2010, Convention Centre, Melbourne WA National Community Legal Centre’s 2010 Conference ‘Breaking New Ground’   Presented by Ms Tammy Solonec, Managing Solicitor, Ms Seranie Gamble International Law and Human Rights […]

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Remote Aboriginal Housing in Western Australia and the Aboriginal Housing Legislation Amendment Act

27 October 2010, Convention Centre, Melbourne WA National Community Legal Centre’s 2010 Conference ‘Breaking New Ground’   Presented by Ms. Tammy Solonec, Managing Solicitor Law and Advocacy Unit, Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (ALSWA) Housing in remote Aboriginal communities of Western Australia (WA) is in a […]

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