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Articles from The Conversation:

Eileen Baldry, Elizabeth McEntyre and Ruth McCausland 'Why Aboriginal people with disabilities crowd Australia's prisons'

Elizabeth McEntyre 'How Aboriginal women with disabilities are set on a path into the criminal justice system'

Ruth McCausland, Eileen Baldry and Elizabeth McEntyre 'Aboriginal people with disabilities get caught in a spiral of over-policing

Ruth McCausland 'Supporting, not imprisoning, Aboriginal people with disabilities could save millions

Elizabeth McEntyre, Eileen Baldry and Ruth McCausland 'Here's how we can stop putting Aboriginal people with disabilites in prison'

Eileen Baldry, Ruth McCausland, Leanne Dowse, Elizabeth McEntyre and Peta MacGillivray 'It's just a big vicious cycle that swallows them up': Indigenous people with mental and cognitive disabilities in the criminal justice system', Indigenous Law Bulletin 8(22)m April 2016. 


McCausland, R. & Baldry, E. (in print) ‘Women Offenders’ in J Ireland, M. Fisher, N. Gredecki & C Ireland (Eds) International Handbook on Forensic Psychology, in prisons and secure settings. Taylor & Francis. 

Baldry, E. (in print) ‘People with multiple and complex support needs, disadvantage and criminal justice systems: 40 years after the Sackville Report’ in B. Edgeworth, A. Durbach & V Sentas (eds) Law and Poverty: 40 years after the Sackville Report. Federation Press. 

Baldry, E. 2014 Complex needs and the justice system in Chris Chamberlain, Johnson, G & Robinson C. Homelessness in Australia: an introduction. UNSW Press, Sydney. Ch 10 pp 196-21

Baldry, E. & Dowse L. 2013 Compounding mental and cognitive disability and disadvantage: police as care managers in Duncan Chappell (ed) Policing and the Mentally Ill: International Perspectives CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton USA, pp219-234.

Baldry, E. 2013 Continuing systemic discrimination: Indigenous Australian women exiting prison. In Marie Segrave & Bree Carlton Women Exiting Prison: Critical Essays on Gender, Post-Release Support and Survival Routledge, Abingdon UK, pp98-116

McCausland, R. & Baldry, E. 2013 “Incarcerated Indigenous Australian Mothers: Maintaining Patriarchal Colonization.” in G. Eljdupovic and R, Jaremko Bromwich (eds) Incarcerated Mothers: Oppression and Resistance, Bradford UK: Demeter Press, 121-136

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