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a| Healey, Justin.
a| Stress and Young People.
a| 1st ed.
a| Thirroul, NSW : b| Spinney Press, The, c| 2019.
a| 1 online resource (65 pages)
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a| Issues in Society Ser. ; v| v.447
a| Intro -- Contents -- Chapter 1 - Indigenous incarceration rates -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoner characteristics -- Prisoner numbers up 4 per cent from previous year -- Australian justice system overhaul needed to address Indigenous incarceration, inquiry finds -- Pathways to Justice report -- Causes of high imprisonment rates -- Indigenous incarceration: Pathways to Justice report recommendations -- Community groups call for action on Indigenous incarceration rates -- We need evidence-based law reform to reduce rates of Indigenous incarceration -- As Indigenous incarceration rates keep rising, justice reinvestment offers a solution -- IPA report: Indigenous Australians and the criminal justice system -- Indigenous Australians and the criminal justice system -- Are Indigenous Australians the most incarcerated people on Earth? -- Costs of Indigenous incarceration -- Indigenous imprisonment and violence: blueprint for change -- Chapter 2 - Aboriginal deaths in custody -- Indigenous deaths in custody: 25 years since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody -- Review into the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody report -- Joint response to review of implementation of deaths in custody recommendations -- Action still needed on deaths in custody Royal Commission recommendations -- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander deaths in custody: a national shame set to worsen -- Progress on deaths in custody questioned -- How 'tough on crime' politics flouts deaths in custody recommendations -- Chapter 3 - Indigenous youth detention -- Detention rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people -- Fewer under youth justice supervision, but Indigenous over-representation rising -- Don Dale Royal Commission demands sweeping change - is there political will to make it happen?.
a| Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory -- One year on from Royal Commission findings on Northern Territory child detention: what has changed? -- Free to be Kids - national plan of action -- A brighter tomorrow: keeping Indigenous kids in the community and out of detention in Australia -- Exploring issues - worksheets and activities -- Fast facts -- Glossary -- Web links -- Index.
a| Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders make up 2% of Australians, yet constitute over a quarter of the prison population. This book examines the latest research on indigenous imprisonment rates, and reviews progress on addressing Aboriginal deaths in custody and youth detention reform. How can governments reduce over-incarceration and work with communities to implement interventions? What will it take to unlock the problems of indigenous inequality in the criminal justice system?.
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a| Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
a| Electronic books.
i| Print version: a| Healey, Justin t| Stress and Young People d| Thirroul, NSW : Spinney Press, The,c2019 z| 9781925339901
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a| Issues in Society Ser.