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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families in Australian Coroners Courts: A review of the research literature on improving court experiences    Cite this report

, 2021 , 60 p.
Coroners courts in many jurisdictions throughout Australia are seeking ways to ensure their processes and practices are culturally sensitive, particularly for supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islands families. This report provides a sound base for reviewing culturally sensitive practices within the coronial system. It does this by describing variations in service provision across Australian jurisdictions to characterize current practices, and by analysing key literature to guide discussion and further services development.


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Butler, K. 2021. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families in Australian Coroners Courts. Law and Justice Foundation of NSW.