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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.

Members of Woor-Dungin’s Criminal Record Discrimination Project team discuss the impact of criminal record discrimination on Aboriginal people, as well as the achievements of the campaign for a legislated spent convictions scheme in Victoria.

Featuring:

Professor Brownyn Naylor – RMIT, Woor-Dungin

Naomi Murphy – Woor-Dungin

Stan Winford – Centre for Innovative Justice, RMIT, Woor-Dungin

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