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Voices for Change self-advocates call on policy makers to listen

"It's about the people in power, policymakers, government, knowing the truth of what happens to people like me in the criminal justice system" CIJ’s Dorothy Armstrong on Voices for Justice training for self-advocates.

Dorothy Armstrong

We are excited to share with you a story by ABC News current affair’s report, Norman Hermant, on the Voices for Justice Training. The story features some of the strong self-advocates who have completed the Voices for Justice training.Voices for Justice was a project of the Self-Advocacy Resource Unit at Ross House with the support of the CIJ’s Supporting Justice project. For more information on the training or for enquiries relating to the self-advocates, please contact Ann Van Leerdam at ann@voiceatthetable.com.au from SARU and Michael Haralambous at Michael.haralambous@rmit.edu.au.

You can read the full article here.

Dorothy Armstrong also appeared on ABC Breakfast which you can watch here.

This story also appeared on ABC AM which you can listen to here.

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