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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: […]

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2 November 2022 – 1:15 pm to 5:00 pm This year we are fortunate to present our Forum topic of ‘Indigenous Data Sovereignty’ at the Australian Institute of Criminology’s Annual […]

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As a part of the IJC’s commitment to promote discussion and disseminate relevant Indigenous justice information, we are hosting a presentation from 11:00am to 1:00 pm (AEST) on Wednesday 7 […]

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by Rachel Stringfellow, Juan Tauri and Kelly Richards It has been well-documented that Indigenous young people are over-represented in the youth justice system. In Australia, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander […]

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The following Indigenous Justice resources have been uploaded to the website Justice Reinvestment in Australia. A Review of Progress and Key issues. Closing the Gap Annual Data Compilation Report July […]

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This program was established by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC), in collaboration with the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) and the Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) and the Justice Policy […]

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Applications are now open on AusTender for the new program to fund research into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander criminal justice. The Indigenous Justice Research Program (The Program), a joint […]

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You can access a recording of the live forum via Direct Stream Replay. On 12 October, the Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) brought together 195 policy makers, program designers, practitioners, community […]

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On 16 June, the Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) brought together 175 policy makers, program designers, practitioners, researchers, and community organisations to lead a forum discussion around overrepresentation and Closing the […]

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Evaluative studies on the effectiveness and outcomes of integrated models responding to Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) remain limited (Productivity Commission 2020). Despite this, most jurisdictions see integrated models as […]

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