Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 72, 11th February, 2015

Guests: Dennis Eggington (ALSWA CEO), Peter Collins (ALSWA DLS) and Rohan Blee (Subiaco District Development Officer)

Welcome back to Law Matters, our first program for 2015.

Our Guests include ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington, talking about the ongoing work of the legal service and uncertainty of proposed Budget cuts, along with the Closing the Gap Report.

Peter Collins ALSWA DLS speak about the disappointing outcomes of Closing the Gap and highlights some of the issues facing families and young people who come into contact with the criminal justice system.

Rohan Blee, Subiaco District Development Officer talks about two exciting programs which have been set up for both male and female Aboriginal people in an AFL program (11-15 year old males) and 13-17 year old females). For more information on this Free Community program held at Balga please phone Rohan on 08 9208 9999.

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