Justice brings to life the story of the people who built the aboriginal legal service of western australia and who continue to advocate for social justice the aboriginal legal service of western australia was a finalist in the 2012 human rights awards awards won 2011 wa premiers prize. A lively and multi dimensional insight into australian history justice reveals the human face of these reforms and takes this story beyond the criminal justice systemfrom its beginnings in the early 1970s the aboriginal legal service of western australia alswa has played a significant role in addressing the legacies of dispossession and . It is an important contribution to histories of social justice law reform and indigenous affairs woven with oral history accounts justice a history of the aboriginal legal service of western australia offers a distinctive insight into the collaboration between indigenous and non indigenous people. Fiona skyring justice a history of the aboriginal legal service of western australia perth uwa publishing 2011 pp 460 3995 paper the backdrop to justice is a story of injustice western australian aboriginal people are the most imprisoned people in the world. Justice a history of the aboriginal legal service of western australia must be commended for its breadth of scope rather than giving only a story of the alswa it provides a history of aboriginal people and the law in western australia since 1829 its ambit of study predates the establishment of the aboriginal legal service itself
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