The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse

Posted on: 1 July, 2008
Issue: Vol 8 No 3, July 2008 - September 2008
Related to Justice

The Indigenous Justice ClearinghouseThe Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse is a national resource for Indigenous justice information. The clearinghouse aims to promote discussion and to disseminate relevant Indigenous justice information to government policy makers and those working in the field. The website features a database including: information on Indigenous justice research; research projects; datasets; evaluations; published papers and reports; descriptions of relevant programs; and links to other websites.

The site also contains a series of research briefs designed to convey research findings to policy makers as well as an online forum where those with an interest in Indigenous justice can share informal knowledge, ideas, experiences, proposals and resources. The Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse is the result of a collaborative partnership between the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) and the Attorney General’s Department of NSW (AGD) and is endorsed by the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General.

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