Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 95, 30th March 2016

Guests: ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington and ALSWA Civil/Human Rights Unit lawyers Paul Gazia (Unit Manager) and Alice Barter.

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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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