Curtin Law School Practical Human Rights Governance Symposium Series

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Practical Human Rights Governance Symposium Series: the Rule of Law and Aboriginal Incarceration

This year, to acknowledge the UN Human Rights Day in 2020, Curtin Law School seeks to increase awareness and dialogue about Aboriginal justice, imprisonment and human rights. Western Australia has high Aboriginal incarceration rates, possibly the highest of any nation, raising serious issues about justice and the rule of law.

This Curtin Law School Governance Symposium Series event will highlight the critical issues facing Aboriginal people in relation to the criminal justice system and the human rights law reforms urgently needed.


Event details

Date: Thursday 10 December 2020

Time:

  • 8.30 am Registrations
  • 9.00 am – 12.15 pm Event

Light refreshments to be served during registrations and following the event

Venue: Curtin Law School, 57 Murray Street, Perth (view map)

Presenters

Registrations now open

Registrations for the Practical Human Rights Governance Symposium Series: the Rule of Law and Aboriginal Incarceration on 10 December are now open.  Please note there are a limited number of places due to social distancing policies.

Please contact us if you have any questions about the event.