The need for new approaches to criminal justice- Webinar
This will be a live webinar, you will have the ability to talk to the presenter during.
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Registrations Open: 16th Feb 21 2:25 PM
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Our second criminal justice webinar, presented in conjunction with the Centre for Innovative Justice and the Justice Reform Initiative, will continue to focus on the need for new approaches to criminal justice.
Hosted by the ALA’s criminal justice spokesperson, Greg Barns SC the webinar will feature:
- Debbie Kilroy, Founder, Sisters Inside, discussing women in prison and the case for alternative sentencing;
- Sarah Hopkins, Chair, Just Reinvest NSW, outlining the success of the Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Project in Bourke NSW; and
- Shaun Braybook, General Manager, Wulgunggo Ngalu Learning Place, proposing alternatives to prison for short-term sentences.
There will be time for questions from the audience.
This webinar is the second in a three part series designed to critically examine the criminal justice system and stimulate conversation about smarter justice options and alternate approaches.
Tuesday 9 March 2021
Time is displayed in AEDT (Sydney, Melbourne Canberra time)
|4:00PM|| Welcome Address
Greg Barns SC, Australian Lawyers Alliance National Spokesperson Criminal Law
|4:15PM|| Women in prison- A case for alternative sentencing
Debbie Kilroy, Sisters Inside
NSW- Just Reinvest NSW- Maranguka Justice Reinvestment
Alternatives to prison for short-term sentences
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