Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 91, 18th November 2015

Guests: Robert ‘Bono’ Bonson, originally from Darwin, spent over 25 years working with the Aboriginal Legal Service of WA. He joins us on Law Matters to talk about life in Darwin and in Perth and his recent retirement.

Kay Buck is the Coordinator of Indigenous Initiatives at Perth’s Acacia Prison and she chats about programs within the Prison and restorative justice. Kay is joined at Acacia by Noongar Radio’s Mechelle Wilson who chats about the Djin Djin Karnam Koort documentary which was made at Acacia, the importance of noongar Radio’s request program, and workshops that she is currently running at Acacia.


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