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First Peoples

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Article

Indigenous family violence: from emergency measures to committed long-term action

Publisher
Violence Aboriginal people (Australia) Families Rural conditions Australia
Description

Kyllie Cripps writes about the debate following the Little Children are Sacred report and provides a critical analysis of the recommendations contained in previous state and federal reports and their ongoing implementation. The paper highlights Indigenous community initiatives addressing violence. Kyllie Cripps writes about the debate following the Little Children are Sacred report and provides a critical analysis of the recommendations contained in previous state and federal reports and their ongoing implementation. The paper highlights Indigenous community initiatives addressing violence that are absent from formal academic literature and rarely publicised and provides a conceptual framework for engaging with communities to address the problem, moving beyond emergency measures to long term action.

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