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Indigenous youth with FASD need Indigenous-run alternatives to prison

Date posted: 13 April 2016

Professor of criminology, Harry Blagg and lecturer of law, Tamara Tulich at the University of Western Australia (UWA) recently contributed an opinion piece on FASD to The Conversation. They submit that FASD poses significant challenges to the current crimin al justive process and that alternative approaches run by Aboriginal specialists should be considered.

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Source: The Conversation

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Last updated: 13 April 2016
 
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