Shane Duffy CEO Chairperson of NATSILS and CEO of the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Legal Service QLD Jody Broun, Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples provides… Read More
Dennis Eggington ALSWA CEO In our final program for 2011, ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington looks back over the past year and discusses key issues including: Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths… Read More
Dennis Eggington ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington ALSWA CEO speaks about recent issues making news, including the Police Commissioners ‘elephant in the room’ comments and plans to sweep young people off… Read More
Mick Gooda (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission) Mick Gooda (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission), is currently… Read More
Dennis Eggington, Chief Executive Officer, Aboriginal Legal Service of WA Having recently returned from Cusco in Peru, South America, ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington discusses his attendance at the World Indigenous… Read More
Les Sanders, ALSWA Criminal Law Unit Lawyer Les discusses police powers and changes to police rights of entry to houses without a search warrant. Nicholas Van Hattem, ALSWA Civil/Human Rights… Read More
Gayle Singer-Edwards, Senior Aboriginal Liaison Officer, Broome Court A former ALSWA Court Officer, Gayle discusses her work at the Broome Courthouse and her role in the NAIDOC event that took… Read More
Dennis Eggington ALSWA CEO and Director of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples Director Joining us from Sydney where he is attending the first official meeting of the National… Read More
Sam Jeffries, Co-Chair, National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples The inaugural meeting of Australia’s First Peoples was held in Sydney last week and the inaugural Board of Directors was announced… Read More
Shane Duffy (Chairperson of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services Forum (NATSILS) 20 years on from the release of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody… Read More
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