Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 3, 17 November 2010

Guests: ALSWA’s John Bedford, Gulmina Miocevich, Kim Axford, Seranie Gamble

John Bedford ALSWA Executive Officer

John talks about his family ties in the Halls Creek/Kimberley region and provides us with an insight into the work done by ALSWA’s offices throughout Western Australia.

Gulmina Miocevich ALSWA Civil Unit Manager

Kim Axford ALSWA Civil Unit Lawyer

How can the Civil Unit assist you?  Find out more about their role, which also included assisting over 1000 people with their Redress WA applications. Please Note: Redress WA has now closed and all application enquiries should be directed to Redress WA on 1800 617 233.

Seranie Gamble ALSWA Law and Advocacy Unit Human Rights Lawyer

Motivated by the injustice facing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Seranie discusses the importance of the protection and promotion of human rights and ALSWA’s role in this, both in Australia and internationally

Law Matters is produced and presented by the Aboriginal Legal Service of WA (ALSWA).
Information in the Law Matters radio programs is of a general nature only and should not be used as legal advice for a specific legal matter.  The information in these programs was correct at the time of broadcast, however the law may change at any time.
For legal advice contact your nearest Aboriginal Legal Service of WA office or Freecall from anywhere in Western Australia on 1800 019 900.
ALSWA gratefully acknowledges 100.9 FM Noongar Radio for permission to reproduce the Law Matters programs on our ALSWA website.  For more information on 100.9 FM go to www.noongarradio.com

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