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UniMelbCriminology Dec 11
Congratulations to our ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ and colleagues for ⁦ award today in recognising their research on safety and sexual violence @ music festivals
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Monash Criminology Dec 11
Monash Criminology’s brought together an expert panel at with presentations by & - great to see a full room turn out for this panel!
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Dr Bianca Fileborn, smiling politely Dec 10
Indigenous women’s experience of incarceration is inextricably linked to their experiences of DV - yet, this week funding has been cut to a key DV service for Indigenous women experiencing DV - June Oscar
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Brunilda Pali Dec 11
A new unapologetically & radically critical book launched by "Decolonizing Criminology". Quite timely and necessary framework to make sense of many issues l have heard in , often under the name of "overrepresentation" of Aboriginal people in the CJS.
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Lisa Wheildon Dec 11
Fascinating roundtable discussion re. interactions between academic, police and government researchers in NZ. Prof Tracey McIntosh raises the co-opting of Māori and Aboriginal people through ‘representation’ on expert/consultation groups.
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Dr Justin Ellis Dec 11
‘Judicial lottery’ of differing Australian states and territories use of diversion for drug possession. Important aspect of the debate on drug possession in Australia.
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Michael Salter Dec 10
June Oscar: Aboriginal women’s experiences of violence are inextricably linked to their incarceration - yet the govt has defunded the peak Indigenous body representing women experiencing family violence
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Dr Bianca Fileborn, smiling politely Dec 10
Prison can never act as a deterrent for crimes that are simply impossible to avoid for those living with extreme poverty, financial insecurity, and denial of basic human rights - June Oscar
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Michael Salter Dec 10
June Oscar: Australia was founded as a penal colony for crimes of poverty - the same offences for which Aboriginal people are locked up today
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Debbie Kilroy Dec 10
Awesome panel of amazing Aboriginal women discussing women’s voices and the search for justice in Australia & Aotearoa “I am here: I am the solution”
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🌊 💧Leanne Weber Dec 10
June Oscar AO has delivered the most dignified and inspiring plenary at in my 20 years of conference attending. Our criminal justice system is penalising poverty and fails on its own terms.
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Debbie Kilroy Dec 10
Inspirational keynote presented by brilliant 🖤💛♥️Challenging white fragility, the ongoing prison industry & the criminal legal system that was transported with the invaders to this country - First Nations county
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Monash Criminology Dec 11
Monash Criminology’s and alongside colleagues from other institutions, Rolando Ochoa, Hilde Tubex & Carmel Brown, focus on exploring teaching crime and justice policy in Australia in a panel session
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Faith Gordon Dec 11
Rather & argue that we need to have the expertise of people with lived experience, the expertise of community sector workers - and they should be at the front and centre of all conversations - they are the experts
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Dr. Franklin T. Wilson Dec 11
Enjoyed presenting yesterday
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Phillip Wadds Dec 11
Honoured to receive the Adam Sutton Crime Prevention award with for our research on safety and sexual violence at Australian music festivals.
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Alyce McGovern Dec 11
Congratulations to Professor on winning the Indigenous Justice Award at
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Madeleine Ulbrick Dec 11
Congratulations to and colleagues on this award, recognising the important work they are doing to prevent sexual violence at music festivals
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Lydia Timms Dec 11
Two of the telethon team Dr and presenting at , successful at grassroots in the spaces of FASD and strength in Indigenous languages! Next steps to engage funding to expand training in appropriate communication in justice!
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Dr. Maystorovich Chulio Dec 11
This afternoon a group of great papers looking at historical criminology from 16:05 in meeting room 9
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