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Talkin' about law



Talkin' about law is a community legal education project aimed at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in Queensland (Qld).

The project's purpose is to provide general legal information on criminal and civil matters affecting Indigenous Queenslanders and to promote the services provided by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service in Qld.

Brisbane Indigenous Media Association (BIMA) Projects abstract


Brisbane Indigenous Media Association
2 Ambleside St
West End Qld 4101
Ph: (07) 3892 0100

Related publications

Brisbane Indigenous Media Association (2011)

Talkin' about law: what is the Mental Health Review Tribunal?.

: Brisbane Indigenous Media Association

This radio program provides information on the Mental Health Review Tribunal for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Queensland. In this program the role and power of the Tribunal is explained as well as the people who sit on the board. The radio program runs for 2 minutes and 29 seconds.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Brisbane Indigenous Media Association (2012)

Talkin' bout law [podcasts].

: Brisbane Indigenous Media Association

The Talkin' about law podcasts, produced by the Brisbane Indigenous Media Association's Talkin' about law program, provide information about a variety of aspects of the law. These audio files were created specifically for Indigenous people in Queensland, and cover areas including:

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract


Last updated: 13 August 2015
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