Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 81, 17 June 2015

Guest: Tammy Solonec, Amnesty International Australia’s Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Manager talks about Amnesty’s Report which was launched at ALSWA last week: ‘There is always a brighter future: Keeping Indigenous kids in the community and out of detention in Western Australia’,

ALSWA Executive Committee President Michael Blurton chats with us about the newly elected statewide ALSWA Committee.

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