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In 2018, the Australian Law Reform Commission’s Inquiry into the Incarceration Rate of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples concluded that a cycle of reoffending can result for those prisoners […]

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The brief provides an overview of Australian data on changes to prisoner numbers and imprisonment rates for unsentenced and sentenced Indigenous adults in recent years. It also examines the factors […]

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The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) is inviting expressions of interest from experienced researchers and peak community organisations to join the IJC Reference Group. The IJC is a joint project of […]

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The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) invites expressions of interest from experienced researchers or policy makers for the preparation of six upcoming publications: The role of self-determination in the criminal justice […]

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A user of the IJC database alerted us that RB19 Australian Indigenous Women’s Offending Patterns (MacGillivray and Baldry, 2015) was corrupted. Our reliable layout and printing firm, Breakout Media, has […]

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On November 28 2018, the IJC hosted a successful forum on adolescent perpetrators of family violence. This sensitive and difficult subject raised a great deal of interest across the public […]

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The IJC is pleased to announce four commissioned teams for our next round of Research Briefs. They will be published over the next eight months: Growth in Remand and its […]

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The IJC has added an exciting initiative by the NSW Department of Aboriginal Affairs in the Programs and Projects section of the Clearinghouse. OCHRE commits the NSW Government to a […]

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Kate joined the Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse at the end of March this year and immediately took over finalizing Research Brief #23 for publication, and kicking off a refresh of the […]

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We are very pleased to announce our latest publication: Research Brief 23: Property Crime and Indigenous Offenders, Matthew Willis & Lachlan Facchini, 2018 This research brief highlights the extent of […]

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