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14 December 2020

Study finds more mental health support needed for prisoners

Indigenous Australians have higher prevalence rates for both incarceration and mental disorder diagnoses when compared to non-Indigenous Australians.

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1 February 2016
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17 November 2015
Professor Stuart Kinner

Ex-prisoners need more mental health support

A new study has found the majority of ex-prisoners do not receive the mental health care they need, despite displaying persistent symptoms of high psychological distress after being released.

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2 November 2015
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10 September 2021
Wesley Enoch and Rhoda Roberts

In Conversation with Rhoda Roberts AO and Wesley Enoch AM

The power of culture In this interview Kerry O’Brien talked to Rhoda Roberts AO and Wesley Enoch AM about the power of cultural...

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19 May 2021

The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody: Thirty Years On

This post has been contributed by Professor Elena Marchetti, Professor of Law at Griffith Law School and Law Futures Centre member.

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23 September 2020
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2 June 2020
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17 May 2020

ANZSIL Perspective — Interrogating the Definition of Women Human Rights Defenders

International lawyers love a good crisis, argues Hilary Charlesworth, though this tendency can often impoverish the discipline of international law....

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7 May 2020

The Need for a Charitable Bail Fund in Australia Has Now Become Life or Death for Women

Across the country, over 43,000 people spend their days in crowded prisons, unable to practice even basic hygiene, such as...

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