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Prioritising the rights and best interests of children in law reform

23 March 2023

Queensland’s new bail laws will infringe on the human rights of children. A better approach that understands the needs of vulnerable children is needed.

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Self-determining “Indigenous employment”

16 March 2023

Closing – and exceeding – the gap on Indigenous employment outcomes means addressing discrimination and breaking down barriers to achievement.

Nareen Young

Upstream and downstream strategies to close the gap in criminal justice

16 March 2023

It’s 32 years since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. While progress has been slow – and in some cases retrograde – there is a path to better outcomes for Indigenous people if they are empowered to lead policy responses.

Krystal Lockwood

Five research and policy questions to improve societal health and break cycles of disadvantage

27 February 2023

How to disrupt policy and enable collective intelligence – for people and place – by asking the questions that matter most.

Alex Fischer

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We need to engage with men and boys to end violence

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What is required to translate recent policy progress into practice when it comes to engaging men and boys to prevent violence in our society? Changing the way men relate to themselves, to people in their lives and to deeply embedded norms that put pressure on men to be a certain way are key parts of the solution.

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