Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 49, 06th November, 2013

Mechelle Wilson from Noongar Radio talks about a collaborative project between Noongar Radio and Acacia prison which has resulted in their documentary being a finalist in the Community Broadcasting Awards. The broadcast, one of just four finalists in the ‘Most Innovative Outside Broadcast or Special Event Broadcast’ category, was a five-part Restorative Justice documentary called Djin Djin Karnam Koort, which means ‘good spirits, speaking truth, from the heart.’

Peter Dawson, Youth Engagement Coordinator from Recognise chats with ALSWA about the Journey to Recognition which is currently en route in Western Australia. More information at recognise.org.au

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