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Strong foundations for community based legal education in remote Aboriginal communities

The most effective legal education initiatives in remote communities are developed with reference to adult learning, traditional cultural learning styles, bilingual and intercultural communication. This document outlines key principles and steps for planning and running legal education projects in remote Aboriginal communities. It also provides examples and comments from NAAJA’s experiences in running such a project in Lajamanu.

Author: North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency
Title of Work: Strong foundations for community based legal education in remote Aboriginal communities
Date: 2011
Organization: North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency
URL: Click here http://www.naclc.org.au/cb_pages/files/Strong%20Foundations%20-%20NAAJA's%20Legal%20Development%20Methodology1%20-%20AGLC%20referencing.pdf
Topic: Aboriginal communities & Rural/remote communities
Location of Authoring Organization by Country: Australia
Location of Authoring Organization by Province/ State (unless national entity):
Availability: Full report online
Language: English