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Addressing Injustice: The role of Indigenous sentencing courts in Australia

posted on 2018-03-05, 22:34 authored by ELISE WEDROWICZ
This thesis argues that Indigenous sentencing courts have played a vital role in Australia’s criminal justice system, as they allow for greater Indigenous participation in the delivery of justice to Indigenous communities and seek to establish a more productive relationship between the criminal justice system and Indigenous peoples.


Principal supervisor

Alistair Harkness

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre

Gippsland (FUA)


Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type



Faculty of Arts