It’s been 30 years since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. While the commission generated 200 shelf metres of records and made 339 recommendations, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to die in custody at horrific rates today.
Over 470 senseless deaths later, it’s clear that something has to change. On the anniversary of the Royal Commission, fifteen families whose loved ones have died in custody have united together in solidarity, calling for Prime Minister Scott Morrison to meet with them face to face.
In this important panel discussion, family members and experts will discuss the past and the current state of Deaths in Custody, and what needs to change.
Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander attendees are warned that this conversation may contain names and images of deceased persons.
Presented in partnership with National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services
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