Creative writing piece by Meera Atkinson in collaboration with formerly incarcerated people with a history of injecting drug use and participants in a recent study by the University of New South Wales.
As the world learns of police brutality in the US, Australians are too ready to ignore the deaths of Bla(c)k people in their own country.
Australia remains the only democracy that does not have a specific law concerning compensation for those wrongfully convicted, despite scores of innocent people going to prison for crimes they did not commit.
In spite of its potential for learning and education, internet access in Australian correctional facilities is overwhelmingly limited and variable across Australian states. Madolyn Smith explains why.
Evelyn Tadros and Imogen White review two powerful Indigenous works: The Shadow King, a quintessentially Australian take on King Lear; and Vic Simms’ riveting re-released 1973 album, The Loner.
I heard myself confusing tenses – intentionally – saw that I was trying to simplify the message – to speak her language – failing miserably. I hadn’t even asked what her language was. Even if I did I knew I didn’t speak it.
Chloe Potvin sheds light on the housing challenges female Indigenous prisoners face post-release.