Koori Court Gives Youth Offenders A Second Chance


The Koori Court system offers a different kind of court process to Aboriginal offenders, giving them a chance to work with support services and their community to solve problems that led to them offending. The model has expanded from Victoria, and a Youth Koori Court has been operating in Western Sydney since 2015. A new report shows promising progress for the young people who have passed through its doors.

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Tuesday, May 8 2018
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Featured in storyMelissa Williams, Director of the Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment and Engagement Western Sydney UniversityDavid Williams, Aboriginal Community Leader, Bundjalung Elder

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