The Long–term Factors Associated With Removal From Parents Amongst Indigenous Prisoners In NSW

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Submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission

3 and over, reporting a disability or long-term health condition was 37 per cent (102900 people).1 The First People [s Disability Network 10-point plan also emphasises that: 2 The high prevalence of disability, approximately twice that of the non-indigenous population

THE ‘PIPELINE’ FROM OUT -OF-HOME CARE TO PRISON1

Egger, S., and Butler, T. (2000) ‘The long- term factors associated with removal from parents amongst Indigenous prisoners in NSW’ Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. Vol 24, No 4. KWOOP calls for Investigation of the interplay of the factors that contribute to very high levels of incarceration of