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Funding crisis for juvenile justice in Australia


The nation’s children’s court system is damaged, starved of resources and handing out sentences that vary widely depending on where children live. The first national study of the country’s children’s courts, based on hundreds of interviews with magistrates, other judicial officers and a range of stakeholders, has called for an overhaul of the system. The … Continue reading

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