Heidi Kiekebosch-Fitt


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Media & Commentary

  • Women in custody is everyone’s business 03 June 2017 | Koori Mail
    Shocking statistics revealing the high number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in prison have been highlighted in a recent Human Rights Law Centre and Change the Record report. It outlines that since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths…
    Shocking statistics revealing the high number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in prison have been highlighted in a recent Human Rights Law Centre and Change the Record report. It outlines that since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths…
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  • Indigenous women prisoners up 248% 26 May 2017 | Ideas@TheCentre
    A shocking report has revealed the number of incarcerated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women has increased by 248% since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody released its findings in 1991. These statistics are among many that continue…
    A shocking report has revealed the number of incarcerated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women has increased by 248% since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody released its findings in 1991. These statistics are among many that continue…
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  • Royal Commission or another inquisitorial farce? 13 April 2017 | Ideas@TheCentre
    The Royal Commission into Youth Detention and Child Protection’s interim report proves that, despite 26 years passing since the Aboriginal Deaths in Custody commission’s 339 recommendations – and countless other inquiries — incarceration statistics are worse than ever. The interim…
    The Royal Commission into Youth Detention and Child Protection’s interim report proves that, despite 26 years passing since the Aboriginal Deaths in Custody commission’s 339 recommendations – and countless other inquiries — incarceration statistics are worse than ever. The interim…
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Publications

  • Submission to the Queensland Productivity Commission on: Service Delivery in remote and discrete Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities 02 June 2017 | CIS Submission
    The Inquiry into service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders closely aligns with the CIS’s focus on Indigenous service delivery and achieving better outcomes for Indigenous peoples as part of our Prosperity Project. The Prosperity Project is a program of research focused on the practical measures that will enable…...
    The Inquiry into service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders closely aligns with the CIS’s focus on Indigenous service delivery and achieving better outcomes for Indigenous peoples as part of our Prosperity Project. The Prosperity Project is a program of research focused on the practical measures that will enable…
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