Social Justice Report 2002
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Self-determination – the freedom to ‘live well’
- Chapter 3: National progress towards reconciliation in 2002 – an equitable partnership?
- Chapter 4: Measuring Indigenous disadvantage
- Chapter 5: Indigenous women and corrections – A Landscape of Risk
- Chapter 6: International developments in the recognition of the rights of Indigenous peoples
- Appendix 1: Partnerships and agreements between Indigenous organisations and state or territory governments
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Media Pack - Social Justice Report 2002
- Click here to access the Media Summary of the Social Justice Report 2002
- Click here to access the Media Release announcing the tabling of the Social Justice Report 2002
- Click here to access the Media Release on the Incarceration of Indigenous Women
- Click here to access the Press Statement delivered by Dr William Jonas, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner at the launch of the Social Justice and Native Title Reports 2002
19 March 2003.