Instead of locking up kids in youth detention, we must give them medical care, education, and connection to their community.
Health practitioners must now deliver culturally safe care
Major reforms will now require health practitioners in Australia to deliver culturally safe healthcare for First Nations patients.
Explainer: what is the WA High-Risk Serious Offenders Act?
In this explainer, we take a look at the impact of the High-Risk Serious Offenders Act on Indigenous people in Western Australia.
High Court decision entrenches discrimination against WA First Nations people
First Nations people exiting the WA criminal justice system will continue to face onerous restriction orders after a High Court decision today.
Coroner finds death of First Nations man in prison preventable
Mr Yeeda, was a 19 year-old First Nations man who died of rheumatic heart disease (RHD) at the West Kimberley Regional Prison.
The Mullaley family’s long fight for #JusticeforBabyCharlie
The Mullaley family have been searching for truth, justice, and accountability for the death of Baby Charlie for nine years. Here, we trace the key steps on the family’s long journey towards justice.
Too little, too late
The West Australian has published an extensive piece by Tim Clarke on the horrific abduction and murder of Charlie Mullaley.
Mona and Cindy: 32 years a lonely road to justice for Bourke teens
Senior writer for The Australian Rosemary Neill’s extensive report on the horrific death of two Bourke, NSW teenagers, includes the National Project’s involvement in the case. Thirty two years after a man accused of killing two Aboriginal girls – and molesting the critically injured younger child – walked free from a court in Bourke, NSW, the grieving families’ long-held wish …
After nine years, WA Gov apologises to family of Baby Charlie Mullaley
Yesterday in WA Parliament, the WA Attorney-General John Quigley apologised to and pardoned Tamica and Ted Mullaley on behalf of the WA Government.
WA government apologises for police treatment of murdered baby’s family
State attorney general John Quigley says ‘I am truly sorry’ over murder of baby Charlie, who was killed after police left him at crime scene. The Western Australian government has pardoned and apologised to the Yamatji family of a baby who was brutally murdered by Mervyn Bell after the baby’s mother was arrested by police who had been called to …