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Dr Cripps joins Michael Kirby on NAIDOC Week panel

ILC Research Director, Dr Kyllie Cripps spoke about the impact that imprisonment has on families & communities left behind during a NAIDOC Week seminar on incarceration and health.

Media release - WA Government must reconsider deregistration of Aboriginal sacred sites

The Western Australian (WA) Government must review its decision to deregister 22 Aboriginal sites from its register of protected areas, a leading native title lawyer has argued.

Indigenous Law Bulletin 8(18)

WA Heritage laws, mandatory sentencing, NT's 'paperless arrest' laws, Constitutional reform by way of an Indigenous advisory body, and commentary on the Canadian Keewatin case, edition 8(18) has it all covered!

Have we forgotten the lessons of the stolen generations?

Indigenous children and young people living in out-of-home care placements in the Northern Territory (NT) are at risk of being completely disconnected from their culture, experts have warned.

Indigenous Law Bulletin 8(17)

Our special edition on the rights of Indigenous children, compiled with the support of the National Children's and Youth Law Centre, is now out!

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