Justice reinvestment in Bourke

During 2013, members of the Justice Reinvestment campaign, the Bourke Aboriginal Community Working Party and the Australian Human Rights Commission worked together to develop a proposal for implementing justice reinvestment in Bourke.

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Bourke community approach lowers crime rate

Since the beginning of 2016 there seems to have been a renewed wave of energy around the crisis facing Australia and the rate at which its young Indigenous people are imprisoned.

Bourke community approach lowers crime rate2019-10-21T16:30:58+10:00

Bourke – A beacon of hope

Maranguka Justice Reinvestment recently launched a report by KPMG that shows community led changes in Bourke generated $3 million of savings in 2017

Bourke – A beacon of hope2019-10-21T16:31:42+10:00

Bourke celebrates

On 8 December the Dusseldorp Forum team and members of our board jumped on a short flight to Dubbo then hit the long road to Bourke, NSW to join the community

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Backing Bourke – Four Corners

The shocking abuse of Aboriginal children in our justice system, exposed by Four Corners in Australia’s Shame, has sparked a national debate and posed a glaring challenge

Backing Bourke – Four Corners2019-11-26T16:38:57+10:00

First community rising: Justice for Bourke

OMETHING is happening in Bourke in northwest NSW. It is not immediately apparent in the town’s flat, main road, or on the red grassy plains, or even under the twisted

First community rising: Justice for Bourke2021-11-10T09:08:50+10:00

Dusseldorp Forum acknowledges the First Peoples of Australia and the Traditional Custodians of the Country on which we work and live.
We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders past, present and future.