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Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement (ALRM), South Australia

 

Description

Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement (ALRM) is an independent Aboriginal community controlled organisation governed by an all Aboriginal Board. The Board of 10 members is appointed from Aboriginal communities from metropolitan and country centres across South Australia (SA).

Through the provision of legal services and associated activities, ALRM promotes legal, cultural, economic, political and social rights for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as dispossessed peoples within SA.

ALRM's major aim is to advance the legal interests of Aboriginal people in SA and to ensure that those interests and rights are protected by the law and not adversely affected by abuse or misuse of any powers under the law. ALRM provides comprehensive legal advice and assistance through its staff lawyers and, where appropriate, private lawyers, to people of Aboriginal descent and their spouses.

ALRM also acts as a lobby group, and where able, implements support programs that assist in addressing some of the issues known to contribute to Aboriginal people coming into contact with the criminal justice system.

Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement abstract

Contacts

Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement Inc
321-325 King William St
Adelaide SA 5000
Ph: (08) 8113 3777
Freecall: 1800 643 222
Email: info@alrm.org.au

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Last updated: 25 September 2012
 
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