Robyn Oxley

So, what if we didn’t have prisons?

Robyn Oxley

Robyn Oxley is a Tharawal woman from south-west Sydney with family connections to Yorta Yorta along the Murray River, near Echuca in Victoria.

Robyn is a lecturer in Criminology for the School of Social Sciences in the Faculty of Arts at Monash University. Her research interests focus on Aboriginal affairs within the criminal justice system, the pre and post release support of Aboriginal offenders and self determination. Robyn is interested in Family Violence and the criminalisation of Aboriginal women as victims due to family violence. Robyn is an activist, an abolitionist and advocate for Aboriginal people, ensuring self determination is practised and at the core of all things Aboriginal.

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So, what if we didn’t have prisons?

Prisons may seem like a necessary part of our criminal justice system, but can we imagine a future where incarceration is a thing of the past?

Tuesday 21 May, 12.30pm to 1.30pm

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