Lecture addresses over-representation of Aboriginal people in prison
The Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, Toronto Aborginal Legal Service, and Victoria Legal Aid have joined together to deliver a lecture on how Australia can learn from Canada's experiences in addressing the over-representation of Aboriginal people in prison.
'Addressing over-represenation of Aboriginal people in prison and providing more therapeutic options in criminal and child welfare settings – lessons from Canada', will canvass innovations in child protection work, youth justice and Aboriginal court initiatives.
The lecture will be held on Tuesday 23 February and attendance qualifies lawyers for two CPD points.
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