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"Tjootiny" ("Djudiny") by Leashay Eggington

"Tjootiny" ("Djudiny") by Leashay Eggington

First Star over the bush

First Star over the bush

Further than the eye can see

Further than the eye can see

Heading North

Heading North

Kimberley Table Top

Kimberley Table Top

Macdonald Ranges crest

Macdonald Ranges crest

Mount Augustus

Mount Augustus

Out beyond the Mulga scrub

Out beyond the Mulga scrub

Pink and Greys out back

Pink and Greys out back

River Gums in Flood

River Gums in Flood

Saltbush in the river bed

Saltbush in the river bed

Sunset on the plateau

Sunset on the plateau

Moorditj Mural

ALSWA historical mural by David Wirrpanda Foundation and Central Institute of Technology Solid Futures participants with Artist Peter Farmer 2010

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Law Matters Program 99, 25th May 2016

Guests:

In recognition of Sorry Day (26 May), this program features interviews with Jim Morrison, Co-Convenor of the Bringing them Home Committee and Ken Riddiford, CEO of the Kimberley Stolen Generations Aboriginal Corporation.

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Law Matters Program 98, 11th May 2016

Guests:

Elizabeth Needham, President, Law Society of WA talks about what’s happening during LAW WEEK which is on in WA from Monday 16th to Friday 20th May 2016

Meet Nicole Young, a new ALSWA Lawyer, working within ALSWA’s Civil and Human Rights Unit, whose work will include a focus on Stolen Wages

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Law Matters Program 97, 28th April 2016

Guests:

ALSWA Lawyer Alice Barter : Equality before the Law – Does it exist for Aboriginal people? Alice’s research paper on this topic will be published in the Indigenous Law Bulletin, May 2016.

David Braddock: Head of Child Protection and Youth Justice Unit, AIHW, Canberra talks about a new AIHW Report on Youth Justice in Australia that found that while the overall numbers of young people under youth justice supervision has fallen, Aboriginal representation in still high, particularly in WA.

Curtin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry AO talks about the recently opened Curtin University Law School, housed at 57 Murray Street Perth, the former office of the WA Chief Protector of ‘Aborigines’, A.O. Neville.

 

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Law Matters Program 96, 13th April 2016

Guests:

ALSWA Lawyer Alex Walters and Australian Competition & Consumer Commission ACCC NT Regional Director Derek Farrell discuss consumer rights and Ruth Barson, Senior Lawyer with the Human Rights Law Centre talks about deaths in custody, 25 Years on from the release of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Report on 15th April 1991

 

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Law Matters Program 95, 30th March2016

Guests:

ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington and ALSWA Civil/Human Rights Unit lawyers Paul Gazia (Unit Manager) and Alice Barter, discuss the tragic passing of Ms. Dhu in August 2014, and the subsequent Coronial Inquest, which ended on 24th March 2016. Also find out about monthly workshops in Perth to trace your Noongar family history, when we chat with Damien Webb, State Library of WA Indigenous Engagement Community Liaison Officer.

 

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