Aboriginal deaths in custody continues to be an ongoing injustice facing Aboriginal families and communities.
Donate to help see the flourishing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, women and men.
Today, 50% of your donation will go to the Dhadjowa Foundation, which provides culturally appropriate support for Aboriginal families whose loved ones have died in custody.
Over 500 Aboriginal people have died in custody since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody released their report in 1991, with 339 recommendations. We grieve the lack of implementation of these recommendations by the Australian Government and the compounded grief that First Nations peoples continue to experience.
Your donation will help:
- Provide strategic, coordinated and culturally appropriate support for families whose loved ones have died in custody,
- Equip people to advocate to national leaders to #RaiseTheAge so children young as 10 receive love and care rather than incarceration,
- Continue creating resources that events for deep listening to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders, and
- Amplify the voices of people most affected by ongoing injustices.