“It is an absolute honour to work and collaborate with the most marvellous UNSW colleagues and community advocates. This award belongs to all of us. It is also an opportunity to elevate the important work we do as academics in trying to build a fair and just society.”
The Centre for Crime, Law and Justice would like to acknowledge the Bedegal people of the Eora Nation that are the Traditional Custodians of this land. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Three prominent Indigenous women speak about one of the biggest social movements in the world and how it matters in Australia
"The government should first be required to provide evidence that building more prisons and incarcerating more people works to reduce crime, rehabilitate or makes the community safer."
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and CCLJ member, Eileen Baldry writes for the SMH.
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