Dr Kyllie Cripps (Acting Director)

Senior Lecturer

BA (Hons) PhD

Contact details

E-mail: kcripps@unsw.edu.au

9385 4944
Law Building

Dr Kyllie Cripps is a Pallawah woman whose research interests include issues relating to Indigenous family violence and child abuse including policy development and program delivery; Indigenous research processes and practices; Indigenous health and Indigenous education. Kyllie holds an appointment as Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law and is a full-time member of staff within the Indigenous Law Centre.

Kyllie is involved in several research projects including: Understanding Women and Children’s experiences in the justice system and Building and supporting community led partnerships to respond to Indigenous family violence in Victoria.

Areas of expertise: 
Indigenous family violence, Indigenous sexual assault, Indigenous child abuse, Indigenous women's issues, Indigenous health, Indigenous related policy.




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