The Resource Are Indigenous women in Queensland prisons any better off?, by Debbie Kilroy and James Finn

Are Indigenous women in Queensland prisons any better off?, by Debbie Kilroy and James Finn

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Are Indigenous women in Queensland prisons any better off?
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Are Indigenous women in Queensland prisons any better off?
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by Debbie Kilroy and James Finn
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eng
Summary
Although there have been some improvements in the treatment of Indigenous women in prison since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, measures such as strip searching and inflexible leave of absence policies which do not recognise the "special kinship and family obligations of Aboriginal prisoners" are still in place
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Kilroy, Debbie
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Finn, James
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Are Indigenous women in Queensland prisons any better off?, by Debbie Kilroy and James Finn
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http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/IndigLawB/
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Notes: p. 29
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Are Indigenous women in Queensland prisons any better off?, by Debbie Kilroy and James Finn
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http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/journals/IndigLawB/
Publication
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Notes: p. 29

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