1 hr 6 min

Incarceration Nation with Carly Stanley Life Uncut

    • Society & Culture

Welcome to your Tuesday Lifers!
Today on the podcast we are diving into the history of racial injustice and inequality that so many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples face every day in Australia.
We were lucky enough to be joined by Carly Stanley, the CEO and co founder of Deadly connections and Justice services limited, a proud Wiradjuri woman.
Carly featured on the NITV documentary titled "Incarceration Nation."
In this chat we speak to Carly about how her husband's life turned around after his experiences from juvenile detention & adult incarceration, to running an organisation that aims at healing First Nations people that have been impacted by the child protection and/or justice systems. 
We talk about why so many Indigenous children are being locked up and how we need structural change and better solutions for these children. 
Today's episode is not a light one, and we would like to add a warning that issues of violence, death and racism are addressed in this episode. 
If you would like to check out the wonderful work that Carly does with Deadly Connections, you can do so here: https://deadlyconnections.org.au/
If you would like to view the documentary, Incarceration Nation can be found here: https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/video/1930938947662/incarceration-nation
The issues discussed in today's episode are heartbreaking and raw, but they are conversations that we think every Australian needs to have. Please share this episode with someone that you love.

Welcome to your Tuesday Lifers!
Today on the podcast we are diving into the history of racial injustice and inequality that so many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples face every day in Australia.
We were lucky enough to be joined by Carly Stanley, the CEO and co founder of Deadly connections and Justice services limited, a proud Wiradjuri woman.
Carly featured on the NITV documentary titled "Incarceration Nation."
In this chat we speak to Carly about how her husband's life turned around after his experiences from juvenile detention & adult incarceration, to running an organisation that aims at healing First Nations people that have been impacted by the child protection and/or justice systems. 
We talk about why so many Indigenous children are being locked up and how we need structural change and better solutions for these children. 
Today's episode is not a light one, and we would like to add a warning that issues of violence, death and racism are addressed in this episode. 
If you would like to check out the wonderful work that Carly does with Deadly Connections, you can do so here: https://deadlyconnections.org.au/
If you would like to view the documentary, Incarceration Nation can be found here: https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/video/1930938947662/incarceration-nation
The issues discussed in today's episode are heartbreaking and raw, but they are conversations that we think every Australian needs to have. Please share this episode with someone that you love.

1 hr 6 min

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