|Source/Publisher||Indigenous Law Centre, University of New South Wales|
|Subjects||Community development, Crime prevention|
This interview with Winsome Matthews, chairperson of the New South Wales Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee, focuses on the implementation of the Committee’s new Aboriginal Justice Plan. The Plan involves a holistic approach which allows Aboriginal communities to identify their own problems and work cooperatively with government service providers to develop and implement local solutions. This approach will require inter sectoral collaboration across the whole of government to address issues in Aboriginal communities.
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