Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are hugely overrepresented in Australia’s justice systems, and the numbers keep increasing.
Indigenous injustice is a national issue that requires the attention and consideration from governments and communities around Australia.
The National Indigenous Justice Forum will examine Australia’s history of Indigenous injustice and hear practical case studies on how to develop prevention and early intervention models to stop Indigenous people from coming in contact with the justice system in the first place.
Delegates will also gain tools on how to improve court processes as well as provide effective support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in correctional facilities.
Speakers from government and community sectors
Delegates from across the country
Practical Case Studies from Aboriginal and torres Strait Islander communities
Insights from indigenous community leaders
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Chief Executive Officer
Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement
Change the Record
National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Legal ServicesView
Founder and Executive Director
Executive Committee Member
Just Reinvest NSWView
Executive Director of Youth Justice
Department of Human Services SA
Australasian Youth Justice AdministratorsView
National Suicide Prevention & Trauma Recovery Project
Suicide Prevention and Poverty ResearcherView
Aboriginal Ex-Offender Employment Project Worker
Woor-Dungin’s Criminal Record Discrimination ProjectView
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