30 YEARS_Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody

Cultural warning: This email contains the names of Aboriginal peoples who have died. 


A Report prepared by the Office of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission


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13 APR 2021 – 2:25PM

‘We’ve fallen down’: Patrick Dodson 30 years on from Royal Commission into Deaths in Custody

Labor Senator Patrick Dodson an called for national action to prevent Indigenous people dying in custody. (Sarah Collard: NITV News)


Aboriginal Deaths in Custody - Common Grace

Aboriginal Deaths in Custody

We’ve put together these resources for you to learn, grieve, pray and act. #StopAboriginalDeathsInCustody

There have been over 570 Aboriginal Deaths in Custody since 1980 – over 470 of these since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody released their report in 1991. This grieves the heart of God.

It is important that we learn the names and stories, we lament together, we pray without ceasing and we act to see change.


Click on the below link to learn more…



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