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Indigenous family violence: Australia's business

  • Year: 2004
  • Author: Carney, Libby
  • Journal Name: Indigenous Law Bulletin
  • Journal Number: Vol.6, No.1
  • Country: Australia

This article explores some of the reasons why family violence is an increasing issue for Indigenous peoples, and recent developments aimed at combating the problem. Discussion includes Indigenous and Western law, self determination and family violence, and the need for governments to develop a better and closer relationship with Indigenous communities.

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