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Reflections on 30 years and counting.

On 25 February we were privileged to hear Senator Patrick Dodson in conversation with Rona Glynn-McDonald discussing his role in the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.

Unfortunately due to technical issues we were unable to record the event, however we have captured the essence of the conversation in words, for you to read.
As Rona said in her opening address, “Storytelling is at the heart of this conversation… examining the past, the present and the future”.
30 years on, there is still much work to do.

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