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This is NAAJA's contribution to the modernisation of the Anti-Discrimination Act. This discussion paper seeks to provide guidance, clarity and direction as to how to incorporate ATSI views into to modernising anti-discrimination responses and instruments in the Northern Territory.
NAAJA's submission paper to the Australian Law Reform Commission is written with a focus on a Northern Territory-specific context and to highlight issues and make recommendations based on their authority led by an Aboriginal board and are consistent with their commitment to cultural competency.
Organisations The North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA), and The Aboriginal Peak Organisations Northern Territory (APO NT), have come together to develop this report to ensure that the perspectives and circumstances of Aboriginal Children in the Northern Territory are given the attention they demand in...
This is NAAJA's submissions in response to topics identified by the Royal Commission in its call for submissions on pre- and post-detention. This submission paper aims to assist the Commission to frame practical recommendations that will improve outcomes for Aboriginal children and young people.
This paper attempts to explore why there has been a continual rise in Indigenous female incarceration rates in the Northern Territory since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (RCIADIC) in 1991.