Conducting Research with Indigenous People and Communities – Resources (Aus)

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The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse is a collaborative partnership between the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) and the Standing Council on Law and Justice.
Research briefs are designed to progress Indigenous evidence-based policy making by making research findings accessible to policy makers. The series of briefs will draw together knowledge in a particular area or will raise issues where further research is needed. The series of briefs encompass topics that are current Indigenous policy issues.
Papers include:

Conducting Research with Indigenous people and Communities
Sentencing of Indigenous Women
Place-Based Initiatives and Indigenous Justice
Communities Working to Reduce Family Violence
Working with Indigenous offenders to end violence
Promising interventions for reducing Indigenous juvenile offending
Understanding and preventing Indigenous offending
Indicators used internationally to measure Indigenous justice outcomes
Sentencing Indigenous offenders
Identifying the risks for Indigenous violent victimisation
Indigenous Sentencing Courts
Staying strong on the outside: improving the post-release experience of Indigenous young adults
Sex offender treatment programs : effectiveness of prison and community based programs in Australia and New Zealand
Bail support in Australia
Research on strong Indigenous communities

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