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Reem Zeki


Intergenerational incarceration in New South Wales: characteristics of people in prison experiencing parental imprisonment

Other authors
Julia Bowman, Jennifer Galouzis, Kelly-Anne Stewart, Elizabeth Sullivan
This study uses data from two state-wide surveys conducted in New South Wales prisons and youth justice centres in 2015 to examine the epidemiology of intergenerational incarceration.
Journal article

Aboriginal mothers in prison in Australia: a study of social, emotional and physical wellbeing

This article argues that the adoption of social and emotional wellbeing as an explanatory framework for culturally secure healthcare in prison is essential to improving health outcomes of Aboriginal mothers in prison in Australia.