Australian Indigenous Law Review Volume 15 Issue 1 Out now

The latest issue of the AILR is an examination of the legacy of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody ('RCIADIC'), timed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the release of its National Report. In the opening chapter of the Report, Commissioner Elliott Johnston acknowledged that the RCIADIC would not have taken place but for the deaths of the 99 Aboriginal men and women, which it was convened to investigate. The RCIADIC recorded its sympathies to the families of the deceased. Since then, Aboriginal men and women have continued to die in custody. This publication is dedicated to them, and to the men and women who have fought for reform on this important issue. To learn more about the publication please refer to the Current Issue page.

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