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The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) is inviting expressions of interest from experienced researchers for the preparation of six upcoming publications: Implementation options and evaluation of integrated service model responses to […]

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We are very happy to announce that the Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) has release three publications in 2017: • Research Brief 21 Justice Reinvestment by Melanie Schwartz, David Brown and […]

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The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) has been refunded for a further three years and will operate at this stage until 30 June 2020. Upcoming publications to be released The Indigenous […]

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The NSW Attorney General Gabrielle Upton and Minister for Indigenous Affairs Leslie Williams today launched the new and improved Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse website. Ms Upton said the website provides a […]

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It’s that time again – the Clearinghouse is once again calling for authors for its Indigenous justice publication program. The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) develops and publishes briefs which provide […]

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IJC Research Brief #20 “Addressing the offending-related needs of non-violent Indigenous offenders” by Dr Kelly Richards has been released. The brief examines the effectiveness of measures that aim to reduce […]

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The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) is inviting expressions of interest from experienced researchers for the preparation of two upcoming publications: Property crime and Indigenous people and The incidence and impacts […]

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The IJC has released Research Brief #19 entitled ‘Australian Indigenous Women’s Offending Patterns’ by Peta  MacGillivray and Eileen Baldry. Download copies of these and other Research Briefs from the IJC […]

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The IJC has released two new Research Briefs: Research Brief #17 entitled ‘Indigenous-specific court initiatives to support Indigenous defendants, victims and witnesses’ by Lorana Bartels and Research Brief #18 entitled […]

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