Newsletter Issue 14
Yoorrook announces new Commissioner | Health, housing and education submissions | Reckoning with the past
Newsletter Issue 12
One year to go for submissions | Land, sky and waters roundtables | Roadmap to transform child protection and criminal justice
Newsletter Issue 11
Land, Sky and Waters | Support Available| Education, Health and Housing
Newsletter Issue 10
Yoorrook For Justice Report: Report into Victoria’s Child Protection and Criminal Justice Systems
Newsletter Issue 9
Find out more about upcoming community information sessions and the Yoorrook for Justice Report.
Newsletter Issue 8
Find out more about making a submission, a new way to learn about Yoorrook and a recap of NAIDOC 2023 celebrations.
Newsletter Issue 7
All Victorians are now invited to be part of truth telling by making a submission to Yoorrook. Submissions had previously been open to First Peoples only.
Newsletter Issue 6
Yoorrook recently completed a month of public hearings during which Commissioners questioned government ministers and senior bureaucrats about injustices against First Peoples in the criminal justice and child protection systems.
Newsletter Issue 5
The Yoorrook Justice Commission will now run until June 2025 after being granted a 12-month extension by the Victorian Government.
Newsletter Issue 4
Kerrupmara Gunditjmara Traditional Owner Travis Lovett has been appointed as a Commissioner of the Yoorrook Justice Commission.
Newsletter Issue 3
Yoorrook will commence its next round of public hearings on 5 December 2022, focused on injustice experienced by First Peoples in Victoria’s criminal justice and child protection systems.
Newsletter Issue 2
Since our April issue, Yoorrook has conducted Elders’ yarns across the State, held four weeks of hearings and published our first interim report.
Newsletter Issue 1
Welcome to the first Yoorrook Justice Commission newsletter. Yoorrook will be producing this newsletter quarterly to keep you up to date with what is happening in the first truth-telling process into past and ongoing injustices experienced by First Peoples in Victoria.