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Created as resources for law students, the Centre for Innovative Justice video series and Talking Innovative Justice podcast are hosted by our Director Rob Hulls, and feature guests from across the legal landscape as well as recordings of CIJ events and lectures from leading industry figures.

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Intersections of gambling and offending

The intersection of gambling and offending: what integrated financial counselling and legal practice can achieve

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How did you get here? – Law student webinar series

In this series we interview a variety of legal professionals and ask them about their career journey including any advice they can pass on to student at the beginning of their legal career.

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A conversation with the Restorative Justice Council

In this podcast episode, Open Circle’s Anna Howard speaks with representative of the UK’s Restorative Justice Council, Jim Simon (CEO), Becky Beard (Trustee) and Rebecca Rushton. Their conversation explores the evolution of restorative justice in the UK, from criminal justice settings to forensic mental health settings, prisons and schools, the RJC’s role in setting RJ practice standards and how RJ might help communities rebuild and recover from Covid-19 related harms.

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Our Voices Podcast Series – Episode 6 – Kevin

People with acquired brain injury are overrepresented in our criminal justice systems. Our Voices introduces 5 members of the Voices for Change self-advocacy group. In Our Voices, group members share insights about their experience of the criminal justice system and what they think could be changed to address the overrepresentation of people with disability in the criminal justice system.

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Our Voices Podcast Series – Episode 5 – Dorothy

People with acquired brain injury are overrepresented in our criminal justice systems. Our Voices introduces 5 members of the Voices for Change self-advocacy group. In Our Voices, group members share insights about their experience of the criminal justice system and what they think could be changed to address the overrepresentation of people with disability in the criminal justice system.

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Our Voices Podcast Series – Episode 4 – Graham

People with acquired brain injury are overrepresented in our criminal justice systems. Our Voices introduces 5 members of the Voices for Change self-advocacy group. In Our Voices, group members share insights about their experience of the criminal justice system and what they think could be changed to address the overrepresentation of people with disability in the criminal justice system.

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Our Voices Podcast Series – Episode 3 – Michael

People with acquired brain injury are overrepresented in our criminal justice systems. Our Voices introduces 5 members of the Voices for Change self-advocacy group. In Our Voices, group members share insights about their experience of the criminal justice system and what they think could be changed to address the overrepresentation of people with disability in the criminal justice system.

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Launching SupportingJustice.net

This is a recording of the Launching SupportingJustice.net webinar which was held on 26 May 2020.

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Our Voices Podcast Series – Episode 2 – John

People with acquired brain injury are overrepresented in our criminal justice systems. Our Voices introduces 5 members of the Voices for Change self-advocacy group. In Our Voices, group members share insights about their experience of the criminal justice system and what they think could be changed to address the overrepresentation of people with disability in the criminal justice system.

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Restorative justice – what is it & how can it improve the justice system

This is a a recording of the webinar "Restorative justice - what is it & how can it improve the justice system" as part of VLF's Law Week 2020. The webinar which took place on 22 May 2020.

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Our Voices Podcast Series – Episode 1 – Voices for change

People with acquired brain injury are overrepresented in our criminal justice systems. Our Voices introduces 5 members of the Voices for Change self-advocacy group. In Our Voices, group members share insights about their experience of the criminal justice system and what they think could be changed to address the overrepresentation of people with disability in the criminal justice system.

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Acquired Brain Injuries & the justice system

This is a a recording of the webinar "Acquired brain injuries and the criminal justice system - Law Week 2020" as part of VLF's Law Week 2020. The webinar which took place on 19 May 2020.

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Launch of the PIPA Report

Listen to the launch of the report CIJ’s ANROWS funded research, The PIPA Project: Positive Interventions for Perpetrators of Adolescent violence in the home.

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Ariel Couchman on helping young people

Ariel Couchman, Director, Youthlaw on how a multi-disciplinary approach can help young people.

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Turning Aboriginal men’s lives around at Wulgunggo Ngalu Learning Place

Our Talking Innovative Justice podcast visits Wulgunggo Ngalu Learning Place, and speaks to General Manager Shaun Braybrook about how the centre is turning Aboriginal men's lives around.

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Restorative justice & the launch of Open Circle

In this episode of Talking Innovative Justice, the CIJ's Rob Hulls, Stan Winford and Nareeda Lewers discuss an exciting new phase in our restorative justice work.

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2019 Innovative Justice Study Tour to New York

In June 2019, the CIJ took 10 RMIT law students on our annual Innovative Justice Study Tour, visiting New York City for the first time.

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Greg Barns on his life in the law

In this video for law students, barrister and media commentator Greg Barns tells the CIJ's Rob Hulls about defending controversial clients, mental health in the legal sector, and his love of teaching the law to students.

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Criminal Records, Employment Discrimination & Aboriginal Communities

The RMIT Law Seminar Series presents a twilight seminar on Criminal Records, Employment Discrimination and Aboriginal Communities.

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Justice in the USA – some lessons for Australia

Our Talking Innovative Justice podcast goes to New York, where CIJ Director Rob Hulls interviews social justice advocate and former Rikers Island Prison inmate Kathy Morse, and Vincent Schiraldi from Colombia University, about lessons Australia could learn from the American experience of mass incarceration.

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Communicating with Victims about Resolution Decisions

Our Talking Innovative Justice podcast takes a look at the CIJ's study for Victoria's Office of Public Prosecutions.

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Antoinette Braybrook on fighting for the rights of Aboriginal women

In this video for law students, the CEO of Djirra Antoinette Braybrook talks to the CIJ's Rob Hulls about her student days, her journey into the law, and her work fighting for the rights of Aboriginal women.

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Louise Glanville on her public service career, multidisciplinary practice, and the importance of Legal Aid.

The new CEO of Victoria Legal Aid is the first woman to hold the position, after a distinguished career as a public sector leader.

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A Human Rights Charter for Queensland

The CIJ made a video submission to the Queensland Parliament's Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee's inquiry into the state's Human Rights Bill 2018. Watch our Associate Director Stan Winford interview CIJ Director Rob Hulls about his experience of introducing the Victorian Human Rights Charter and what a charter could mean for Queensland.

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