Decolonising: Working with Aboriginal People to make Change in Communities Affected by Sexual Violence.

Judi Stone

Sexual violence in Aboriginal Communities in Western Australia (WA) became a topic on many people\'s agenda after the establishment of the Gordon Inquiry, following the tragic death of 15-year-old Susan Taylor, a young Nyungah woman from the Swan Valley community in the north east of Perth, in 1999. The Gordon Inquiry was established to inquire into the seemingly epidemic problems of sexual and family and domestic violence amongst Aboriginal communities in WA

 

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Sydney, Australia, April 2007

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Judi Stone

Judi Stone has been a Social Worker for 18 years, working in Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol in  NSW for over 12 years, and at the Sexual Assault Resource Centre in Perth for the last 5 years. She is currently a Senior Social Worker with a clinical load and a Training and Education Coordinator. She recently completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Forensic Sexology at Curtin University.

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