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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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This Research Brief examines the impact of bail on Indigenous criminal justice outcomes in Australia and New Zealand. It adopts an international comparative perspective both to diversify the policy discourse […]

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Self-determination has long appeared in Indigenous criminal justice policy as a conceptual foundation underpinning policy applications. However, few policy discussions have focused on the contours of self-determination as a concept […]

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The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse (IJC) invites expressions of interest from experienced researchers or policymakers for the preparation of upcoming publications on: • Prevention and early intervention programs for Indigenous women […]

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High levels of sexual violence are evident in some Indigenous communities in Australia (Cripps & McGlade, 2008; Rayment-McHigh & Smith, 2013) and other colonised nations such as the USA and […]

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In this episode, we speak with Deputy Commissioner of NZ Police Wallace Haumaha about a marae-based restorative justice alternative that addresses the underlying causes of low-level offending behaviour: Te Pae […]

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Hear from the National Aboriginal Australian Agency and the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency about the best-practice model developed for Indigenous Youth Throughcare and its implementation in the Northern Territory.  […]

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Listen now to the first episode on The Torch’s Statewide Indigenous Arts in Prison and Community project:  Online https://bit.ly/3aCvJ3W  Spotify https://spoti.fi/3aDliwM itunes & Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/38uIoUD Stitcher https://bit.ly/37lPNFs Google Play https://bit.ly/2GeR3hR Visit our website at https://lnkd.in/eY2kNpy for […]

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The IJC has released a podcast series called: INITIATIVE Here you’ll find regular conversations with leading experts on a wide range of initiatives and strategies, including the role of culture […]

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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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