Aboriginal Disability Justice Campaign Yarn - Audio

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Aboriginal Disability Justice Campaign Yarn - Audio

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We were lucky enough to have a discussion with a campaigner from the Aboriginal Disability Justice campaign chat to some of our supporters in Melbourne as part of the Indigenous Legal Conference in Melbourne.

The Aboriginal Disability Justice Campaign (ADJC) is a national campaign addressing the incarceration of people with cognitive impairments in jails and psychiatric institutions as a result of being found unfit to plead or mentally impaired.

A significant number of Aboriginal people with cognitive impairment are currently being held in maximum security prisons, despite not having been convicted or sentenced for a crime that would require them to be held in such a facility.

To find out more about the campaign and how to help download the audio from the event.

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