Efficacy, accessibility and adequacy of prison rehabilitation programs for Indigenous offenders across Australia
In Australia, as elsewhere in the world, prisoners are among the most stigmatised and often socially excluded citizens in the community, characterised by extreme socio-economic and psychological disadvantage. Typically, those exposed to the criminal justice system are poorly educated, unemployed, socially isolated and financially dependent with high levels of physical ill health, psychiatric illness, violence and engagement in risky behaviours such as alcohol, tobacco and other drug use. The...[Show more]
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