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Every Yarn Counts In Hepatitis C
Positive practices but serious concerns regarding detention of marginalized groups persist, say UN experts: Canada
Postcards from Prison exhibition: A journey of art and hope
St Kilda Film Festival: Celebrating 40 years of top shorts
NFP Support And Advocacy Group – Flat Out
People with disability suffer cruelty and maltreatment in detention: report
Court and tribunal funding welcome, but legal assistance services deserve more
UN Experts on Racial Justice in Law Enforcement Warn of Racial Profiling Risk: Italy
Women leaders call for JobSeeker boost to promote women’s safety
Archie Moore wins gold at Venice Biennale, the ‘Olympics of art’
Three Strikes Has Failed Before And Will Fail Again
Archie Moore’s ‘kith and kin’ wins Golden Lion at Venice Biennale
Archie Moore wins Golden Lion Award for National Participation at the 60th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia in 2024
Justice Huggett first woman appointed as Chief Judge of District Court of New South Wales
Do parolees really ‘walk free’? Busting common myths about parole
Free tax assistance for vulnerable communities wins national award
Parliament Update 27 March 2024
Laws To Lock Up More Children Must Be Opposed
Minns missing in action as Alternatives to Incarceration Report launched same day Youth Bail Laws move to the Upper House
New feasibility study to prevent suicide in New South Wales prisons
‘Care is in everything we do and everything we are’: the work of Indigenous women needs to be valued
UN torture expert urges prison modernisation for social rehabilitation and resilience to environmental threats and pandemics
Personal trauma and criminal offending are closely linked – real rehabilitation is only possible with justice system reform
New Closing Gap Data
Free tax assistance for vulnerable communities wins national award
End convictions and deplorable detention conditions for human rights defenders, UN experts say: Viet Nam
Title and details revealed for Archie Moore’s presentation at the 60th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
Creative Australia reveals the title and first details of Archie Moore’s presentation at the 60th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
Committed to reducing First Nations over-representation in justice system
Oxfam calls on Australians to mark January 26 with respect and reflection
Evaluation highlights benefits of culturally appropriate reporting site
World-first prison health literacy research project underway
World AIDS Day 2023: Inclusion. Respect. Equity
New Report Reveals Profound Strengths and Challenges Among Disadvantaged Aboriginal Families
Human rights leader appointed as first ACT Commissioner for First Nations children
Gender diversity problems in prisons
The Transitional Alcohol and Other Drugs Project is recognised for its outreach counselling service for people with a history of involvement in…
People shielding during Covid treated as “second class citizens”, according to new study
Prison education program could help students work towards degree
Jobs, not jail, answer to fight against crime
Veterans’ reintegration with civilian life
Nominate now for City of Perth Community Citizen of Year
New initiative to break the cycle of recidivism in Aboriginal youth
Counting the wrong sheep: why trouble sleeping is about more than just individual lifestyles and habits
Health with Dignity for those in need
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