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Who is talking for us?: The silencing of the Aboriginal woman’s voice about violence

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posted on 23.02.2018, 00:00 by M Longbottom, YL Roe, Bronwyn Fredericks
Aboriginal women have been speaking out and identifying solutions to violence against them for decades, despite recent reports seeking to suggest otherwise. It’s time that governments and others listened to and acted on these longstanding calls for proper funding of community-based services, according to three “assertive and passionate” Aboriginal women and researchers, Marlene Longbottom, Dr Yvette Roe and Professor Bronwyn Fredericks in their contribution below to Croakey’s #JustJustice series. Website/ Link/ site. https://croakey.org/justjustice-tackling-the-over-incarceration-of-aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-peoples/

Funding

Category 3 - Industry and Other Research Income

History

Editor

Finlay SM; Williams M; McInerney M; Sweet M; Ward M

Start Page

139

End Page

142

Number of Pages

4

ISBN-13

9780987616111

Publisher

https://croakey.org

Place of Publication

Australia

Additional Rights

#JustJustice is a crowd-funded campaign that produced a series of articles at Croakey. These have been packaged into a free e-book.

Open Access

Yes

Cultural Warning

This research output may contain the names and images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people now deceased. We apologize for any distress that may occur.

External Author Affiliations

University of Newcastle; Institute of Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH)

Era Eligible

No

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