Through a technological collaboration, National Justice Project has partnered with Law In Order and Relativity to establish a government duty of care to refugees in offshore detention.
NSW coronial reform “grossly inadequate”
Grieving families deserve better – they deserve a coronial system that can deliver justice through truth, accountability and prevention.
Coroner tells WA Police to rein in use of dangerous hold
For the second time in just six months, a coroner has told WA Police to rein in their use of a dangerous hold known as the ‘prone position’.
NSW Coroner to examine the death of Ricky ‘Dougie’ Hampson Jnr
The family of Ricky “Dougie” Hampson has announced that the NSW Coroner will investigate the death of their beloved son.
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.
Western Australian indigenous prisoners need better care
Indigenous prisoners need culturally-appropriate healthcare given by Aboriginal medical services to prevent more needless deaths in custody, advocates warn.
Exposing violence against First Nations women and girls at the UN
We have written to the UN to draw international attention to systemic violence against First Nations women and children in Australia.
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.