Coronial reform and preventing Indigenous death


In this special edition of the Australian Indigenous Law Review, the range of Australian jurisdictions’ law and practice relating to coronial recommendations are considered, with a particular focus on Indigenous peoples. Articles are included from a wide range of authors. The editors conclude that there is no uniform national system which reports whether or not coronial recommendations have been implemented by responsible government agencies. Nor is there a uniform national scheme which ensures that coronial recommendations are properly considered by responsible government agencies.

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