By diverging from the formalities observed in other court settings, the offender feels seen and heard. They are not perceived solely through the lens of criminality.
CLCNSW's first phase of disaster training in 2023 focussed on initial disaster response.
The referendum for me, was a chance to be counted. To be seen as real people in this country that our ancestors have cared for, for thousands of years. A country we, as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, BELONG to.
After careful consideration, and talking to the Community Legal Centres NSW Aboriginal Advisory Group and our other First Nation colleagues, Community Legal Centres NSW supports the Yes campaign on the Voice to Parliament.