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Too little, too late

The West Australian has published an extensive piece by Tim Clarke on the horrific abduction and murder of Charlie Mullaley.

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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 …

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WA Police left a Baby at the Scene of a Brutal Domestic Violence Attack

WARNING THIS STORY IS HARROWING AND REFERS TO THE DEATH OF AN INDIGENOUS BABY How a domestic violence call to police led to the arrest of the victim, her father, and the death of Baby Charlie When Police responded to a call out about a domestic violence incident involving Tamica Mullaley – they found her beaten, bloody and naked except …

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National Justice Project Calls for Funding for Vital Indigenous Law Program

Media Release National Justice Project Calls for Funding for Vital Indigenous Law Program 11 July 2019 The National Justice Project is standing shoulder to shoulder with the National Peak Body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS) as it calls on the federal government to properly fund the Indigenous Legal Assistance Program (ILAP). The Federal Budget handed down …

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The National Justice Project has been nominated for a Human Rights Award

The Human Rights Commission has announced that the National Justice Project is a finalist for their 2018 Human Rights Law awards. Judges for the 2018 Human Rights Awards have spent countless hours going through more than 370 nominations across the nine categories. Finalists for the remaining eight categories will be released over coming weeks. The Law Award finalists are; Tenancy …