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Story and images supplied by Matt Plant 37 Indigenous students have earned the opportunity of a lifetime and been awarded Yalari scholarships for 2013. Those students came together on the Gold Coast last week for their Orientation Camp – the week that pre

roebourne prisonersAboriginal people die in custody 5 times the rate of Apartheid South Africa

by Gerry Georgatos, Phd Law researcher in Australian Custodial Systems & Deaths in Custody, prison reform advocate and regular prisons visitor, will be launching his book, 'Climate of Death; justice denied means more deaths' during the Media at the Crossroads Conference, sponsored by the NSW Government, in Sydney...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 31 January 2013 16:48

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National Indigenous Times – the ‘voice for the voiceless’

gerry georgatos_les_malezerBy Gerry Georgatos – National Indigenous Times award winning journalist, PhD researcher Deaths in Custody and social justice campaigner – recently he successfully campaigned for the release of scores of Indonesian children from Australian adult prisons, and has raised the funds in shipping thousands of children's wheelchairs to war torn countries. He has written two Masters in...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 22:30

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