Authors: , , ,

On 7 September 2022 the IJC hosted the above event and the recording is now available to be viewed. An overview of the content of the recording is as follows: […]

This chapter provides an overview of issues facing Indigenous women in corrections. It presents a statistical overview of incarceration and recidivism rates for Indigenous women on a national and state […]

When compared with other women in Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are considered the most socially and economically disadvantaged and have the poorest health status. As research on […]

In May 2008 the Government established an 11-member national council which was tasked to provide the Government with advice on the development of an evidence-based national plan of action to […]

This report brings together five years of research related to missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls in Canada by the Native Women?s Association of Canada (NWAC). The purpose of […]

Authors: Marchetti, Elena

In April 1991, the final national report of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (RCIADIC) was released. This report was the result of a lengthy and detailed investigation […]

This article examines legal responses to women charged with a homicide offence arising from killing an abusive partner and reviews Australian cases over the period 1991-2007. The authors focus on […]

In 2000, two Australian taskforce investigations considering justice responses to violence against women released reports contained opposing recommendations about the suitability of restorative justice for cases of domestic and family […]

Indigenous people repeatedly state that they do not want white people to tell their stories for them, but within Australia’s legal system, where non-Indigenous lawyers are in the majority, it […]

This chapter seeks to provide indicators of Indigenous women’s experiences in the Western Australian legal system, in order to highlight various aspects of disadvantage. Where possible, comparative data are also […]