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dc.contributor.authorD'Eatough, Tauri Ren
dc.identifier.citationNo 5en
dc.formatPages 50-52en
dc.titleInquiry into response by government agencies to complaints of family violence and child abuse in Aboriginal communities (The Gordon Inquiry) Western Australia, 2002.en
dc.title.alternativeDeveloping Practice: The Child, Youth and Family Work Journalen
dc.typeJournal Articleen
dc.subject.keywordFamily violence - Government policyen
dc.subject.keywordAboriginal Australians - Social conditionsen
dc.subject.keywordAboriginal Australians - Government policyen
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dc.subject.keywordAboriginal Australians - Services foren
dc.description.notesAs a result of a Coroner's report into the suicide of an Aboriginal girl, the Government of Western Australia established an Inquiry into Response by Government Agencies to Complaints of Family Violence and Child Abuse in Aboriginal Communities, with Magistrate Susan Gordon AM of the Children's Court of Western Australia, as its appointed Chairperson. The terms of reference and recommendations of the inquiry are discussed.<br/ >Author's Address:<br/ >Children's Court Solicitor, Aboriginal Legal Service, Wollongong NSW, and Member, Juvenile Justice Advisory Council<br/ >grey lit Developing Practice: The Child, Youth and Family Work Journal, No. 5, Summer 2002 - 2003: 50-52en
dc.identifier.sourceDeveloping practice : the child youth and family work journalen
dc.description.physicaldescriptionPages 50-52en
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