Yoorrook report calls for self-determination to transform Victoria’s child protection and criminal justice systems
The Yoorrook Justice Commission has called on the Victorian Government to transform Victoria’s child protection and criminal justice systems to address systemic injustice against First Peoples.
Yoorrook Justice Commission Welcomes the Election of New Co-Chairs and Council of the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria
The Yoorrook Justice Commission welcomes today’s election of the new First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria Council and the selection of Rueben Berg and Ngarra Murray as Co-Chairs.
Yoorrook welcomes newly elected Members of the First Peoples Assembly of Victoria
The Yoorrook Justice Commission congratulates all 22 newly elected Members of the First Peoples Assembly of Victoria. Yoorrook Commissioners will work closely with the elected Assembly Members to continue to advance truth telling in Victoria.
Yoorrook opens submissions for all Victorians
The Yoorrook Justice Commission is inviting all Victorians to take part in the truth telling process by making a submission that provides information about past or ongoing injustice experienced by First Peoples. Submissions had previously been open to First Peoples only.
Victorian government and police chief to front truth telling inquiry
The Yoorrook Justice Commission will question Victorian government ministers, senior bureaucrats and the Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police during public hearings starting next week.
Victoria’s truth telling inquiry given 12-month extension
The Yoorrook Justice Commission will run until June 2025 after being granted a 12-month extension by the Victorian Government. Amended Letters Patent were signed earlier today.