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Aboriginal customary law and community justice : mechanisms in light of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody / Frank Brennan
Bib ID 537606
Format BookBook
Author
Brennan, Frank, 1954-
 
Description King Cross, N.S.W. : Uniya, 1991 
12 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Uniya occasional paper ; no. 25.

Notes

Cover title.

"July, 1991"

"Uniya, named after the first Jesuit mission station established at Daly River, Northern Territory in 1886, is a Christian Centre for Social Research and Action sponsored by the Australian Jesuits"

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Prisoners, Aboriginal Australian -- Mortality.  |  Prisoners, Aboriginal Australian -- Death.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Criminal justice system.  |  Criminal justice, Administration of -- Australia.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Legal status, laws, etc.  |  Customary law -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Uniya

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