DCLS was honoured to be nominated for the NT Human Rights Justice and Social Change Awards last night. Worthy winners of these two categories were the YWCA Women of Worth program for their work in transitioning women from prison and reducing recidivism, and the Tangentyere Family Safety program for their fantastic advocacy and support work around domestic violence and child protection in central Australian communities.
It was a fantastic honour to be nominated and provides recognition of the great work done by Sue Brownlee in particular. DCLS also featured in another nomination with Caitlin Perry, for her longstanding commitment to access to justice through DCLS.
Congratulations to all of the category nominees and winners for their hard work and commitment.