Newsletter date: 3 April 2015
Newsletter date: 9 March 2015
* Analysis / Opinion: Larissa Behrendt, The Guardian: We won't overcome Indigenous disadvantage by cutting legal services
Newsletter date: 30 November 2013
* Let's Talk's Tiga Bayles interviews Priscilla Collins, CEO of NAAJA, about the criminalisation of alcohol problems in the NT
* Background to the NT Alcohol Mandatory Treatment Bill
* SBS Living Black Radio: Legal Aid Cuts Deep [Featuring Greens spokesperson for Legal Affairs Penny Wright]
* Gerry Georgatos, The Stringer: Australia, the mother of all jailers of Aboriginal people
* The Stringer: Crime and Punishment
* ABC News: Parliamentary Committee finds many police lock-ups fall short of expectations
Newsletter date: 25 November 2013
* Greens Senators Rachel Siewert & Penny Wright: Indigenous legal aid cuts must not go ahead
* Amy McQuire, Tracker: Come clean on Indigenous legal aid cuts: Greens
* Brooke Boney, NITV News: Nova Peris questions Indigenous legal aid cuts
* WGAR News: Coalition's proposed cuts 'a heartless decision' says ALSWA: Aboriginal Legal Service WA (9 Sep 13)
* Background to Justice Reinvestment, Aboriginal imprisonment and Aboriginal Deaths in Custody
* Amy McQuire, Tracker: White justice crippling a community
Newsletter date: 17 September 2013
* Jon Altman, Journal of Indigenous Policy: Arguing the Intervention [Special Issue: Collection of 39 essays by Jon Altman on the NT Intervention]
* Jon Altman, Tracker: Evidently: Stand against Indigenous poverty
* The Wire: Another military-style Indigenous intervention? [Featuring Chairperson for NACCHO, Justin Mohamad]
* Background to the Northern Territory (NT) Intervention
* Background to 'Stronger Futures' new NT Intervention laws
Newsletter date: 4 September 2013
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Newsletter date: 22 July 2013
* Gerry Georgatos, The Stringer: National day of action gives birth to a national body
* Let's Talk's Karen Dorante interviews Gerry Georgatos, a Human Rights Advocate completing a PHD in Deaths in Custody
* Penny Wright, The Guardian UK: Australia's culture of incarceration has gone too far
* Emma Murphy, Green Left: NT going backwards on black deaths in custody
* Gerry Georgatos, The Stringer: Rising rates of Aboriginal women into prison can no longer be overlooked