States and Territories

This research report forms part of a submission from the Indigenous Law Centre, University of New South Wales to the Federal Government in relation to its ‘Inquiry into Stolen Wages’. […]


This is a report of the Commission’s findings and recommendations into Queensland Police Service (QPS) responses to domestic and family violence. It is intended to be read alongside Behind the […]

From December 2000 to October 2006 the Law Reform Commission of Western Australia undertook a detailed inquiry into the recognition of Aboriginal law and culture in Western Australia. Over this […]

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The Aboriginal Justice Agreement gives formal recognition to the real and honest partnership between the Attorney General and the Aboriginal Justice Advisory Council in working to reduce Aboriginal peoples involvement […]

Publishers: Victorian Government

The plan outlines the challenges faced by parents and how the Government and community can together support them in caring and providing opportunities for their young children. Recognising that many […]


Funded by the Federal Attorney General’s Department, the Indigenous Community Night Patrol Evaluation Project reviewed, evaluated and compared Indigenous community night patrol initiatives in Western Australia and New South Wales, […]

Publishers: Department of Justice

The Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement (AJA) is a formal partnership between the Victorian Government and the Koori community, which has been operating since June 2000 working to improve justice outcomes […]

This report documents the findings of an evaluation of the Trial Dry Area in Adelaide, which was introduced in a highly politicised context involving polarised opinions. The evaluation finds, among […]

Publishers: Queensland Parliament

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice Agreement was developed by theAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Board (ATSIAB) and the Queensland Government, and was signed in December 2000. The […]

Publishers: Queensland Government

This strategy sets out the Queensland Government’s whole of government approach to reducing domestic and family violence over the period 2009-2014. This focused on five areas of reform: prevention; early […]