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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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Could Australia’s courts go the way of the US Supreme Court?

NJP’s Principal Solicitor George Newhouse and ANU political scientist and research fellow Dr Patrick Leslie discuss Roe Vs Wade with ABC Life Matter’s Hilary Harper. The overturning of Roe V Wade has raised questions about the ideological bias in the SCOTUS. Good thing that could never happen in Australia’s High Court, right? We look at how ideology influences High Court …

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What will it take to eradicate deaths in custody?

National Justice Project Founder George Newhouse’s latest opinion piece for Living Black. Australia is not one country. It’s two. We are split along racial lines as surely as South Africa was during the era of apartheid. It may sound like hyperbole but it is a fact. In 2018, an Australia-first report card on levels of institutional racism in Queensland’s health …

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Judge Says Peter Dutton Could Go To Jail If He Defies Orders in Immigration Case

Australia’s home affairs minister has failed to comply with an order to make a decision on whether to grant an Iranian man a protection visa. Read more details in Ben Butler’s report in The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/jun/17/judge-says-peter-dutton-could-go-to-jail-if-he-defies-orders-in-immigration-case?fbclid=IwAR30G6KUH_nS7gkISuDI-BxitQkMBgBm7UsS3AOgIOFnxA6hz0DH9sxeXvM

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NJP increasing capacity for First Nations communities to seek justice

The National Justice Project has welcomed two new Indigenous trainee lawyers as they continue to expand capacity for First Nations communities to seek justice. The two new Indigenous trainee lawyers – Lauren Davies and Megan Krakouer – have recently commenced their 12-month traineeship with NJP. The NJP’s latest recruits have been appointed for one year as part of the NJP First …

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NSW police officer in viral Indigenous teen arrest video should be charged, family says

A video of the 16-year-old being arrested in a Surry Hills park on Monday afternoon has been widely circulated on social media. NJP’s George Newhouse discusses the case with ABC News. Follow the story here. PHOTO: The boys family and other representatives take a knee at the press conference. SOURCE: ABC News: Mark Reddie https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-06-03/nsw-police-officer-in-indigenous-arrest-video-family-speaks/12316226