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Closing the Gap

TALS calls out the Tasmanian Government for failing to improve the health and welfare of Tasmanian Aboriginal people - with key Closing the Gap outcomes worsening in 2021-22.

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First Nations people trapped by stacked system

The over-representation of Indigenous Australians in our prisons is shocking. Lee-Anne Carter, Community Engagement and Program Manager writes in response to the current inquiry into Tasmanian Adult Imprisonment and Youth Detention Matters,

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TALS participates in national campaign for increased funding support

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (ATSILS) around Australia are calling on the federal government to deliver a $250 million emergency support package to prevent imminent service freezes and unjust incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

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Incarceration rates of Aboriginal people

TALS wants the Government to resource and fund community-led solutions to address the staggering increases in the imprisonment of Aboriginal people.

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Draft Youth Justice Blueprint

TALS calls on the State Government to release actions plans and implement a transparent consultation process

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White Ribbon Day - Let's Be the Change Vigil

TALS and its Family Violence Prevention Legal Service (SiS) participates in White Ribbon Day

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Raising the Age Petition Handover

TALS, with Amnesty International, participates in the Raise the Age Rally

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TALS launches a new Family Violence Prevention Legal Service (SiS)

SiS provides holistic family violence support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Tasmania.