Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Law Matters Program 97, 28th April 2016

ALSWA Lawyer Alice Barter : Equality before the Law – Does it exist for Aboriginal people? Alice’s research paper on this topic will be published in the Indigenous Law Bulletin, May 2016.

David Braddock: Head of Child Protection and Youth Justice Unit, AIHW, Canberra talks about a new AIHW Report on Youth Justice in Australia that found that while the overall numbers of young people under youth justice supervision has fallen, Aboriginal representation in still high, particularly in WA.

Curtin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry AO talks about the recently opened Curtin University Law School, housed at 57 Murray Street Perth, the former office of the WA Chief Protector of ‘Aborigines’, A.O. Neville.


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