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Developing our children’s human rights

children playing_drumsBy National Indigenous Times columnist Hannah McGlade

The recent announcement by the WA Attorney-General of legislative amendments to ensure greater effectiveness of juvenile mandatory detention laws highlights ongoing tensions between a states sovereign law making rights and our national federal commitment to human rights.

 

This national commitment is evident from...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 05 May 2012 10:46

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Legal internship an eye opener

sarah schwartz_in_katherineby Sarah Schwartz

Having grown up in suburban Sydney and studied at the University of Sydney, I have had minimal exposure to Aboriginal culture. After reading numerous articles about the interaction between the white legal system and Aboriginal culture, I felt that I needed to see for myself. I needed to try to acquire some understanding of why so many of Australia's first...

 

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