AJA news and updates
Reducing reoffending through recognition of family and culture
29 Apr 2022
The Aboriginal Justice Agreement is reducing reoffending through the alternatives to custody program, which rehabilitates female prisoners using a community model that addresses behaviour, and recognises individual needs and cultural values.
The AJA achieves bipartisan support
06 Apr 2022
The Aboriginal Justice Agreement (the Agreement) has achieved bipartisan support with Country Liberal Party leader Lia Finocchiaro and shadow Attorney-General Steven Edgington co-signing the document at Parliament House on 31 March 2022.
Signing the Aboriginal Justice Agreement in Alice Springs
03 Nov 2021
Rolling out strategies to help Central Australian communities.
Alternative to custody for women shows promising signs
06 Sep 2021
The Life Skills Camps at Alice Springs is producing some positive results within a year of its opening.
Four years of work culminate in signing the Aboriginal Justice Agreement
31 Aug 2021
The NT Government launched the Aboriginal Justice Agreement in Darwin on 9 August 2021 with a commitment of $4.52 million for the first year of operations.
Last updated: 30 August 2021
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