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ANROWS National Research Conference on Violence Against Women
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Hannah McGlade

Curtin University and Member and UN Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues

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Hannah is an Indigenous human rights lawyer, associate professor at Curtin Law School, and member of the UN Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues. She has published widely and her book, Our Greatest Challenge: Aboriginal Children and Human Rights (2012), received the Stanner Award in 2011. Hannah has been at the forefront of the development of key organisations in Perth and Western Australia more broadly in relation to legal supports for Aboriginal women, Noongar radio, and Stolen Generations and healing. In 2019 she led a campaign to free Jody Gore from Bandyup Women’s Prison, highlighting racism and discrimination against Aboriginal women in the law. 

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