Justice Health Unit hosts COVID-19 and Detention Webinar 5: Australasian issues
The Justice Health Unit hosted the fifth webinar in the six webinar series on Building a sustainable, comprehensive response to COVID-19 in relation to detention, which focused on immigration detention.
The webinar, held on 4 February 2021, was co-facilitated by Prof Stuart Kinner and Dr Lucas Calais Ferreira of the Justice Health Unit.
Webinar 5: Australasian issues
(Recorded on 4 February 2021)
Presentations and links
The panellists presented in the order listed below. Links to the their Powerpoint presentations, where used, are provided.
- Larissa Strong, Acting Commissioner, Corrections Victoria. Her Powerpoint presentation is available here.
- John Hancock, Chief Legal Adviser, New Zealand Human Rights Commission. His Powerpoint presentation, including weblinks, is available here.
- Dr Erik Monasterio, Consultant in forensic psychiatry; Clinical Director and Director of Area Mental Health Services, Canterbury Regional Forensic Service; Senior clinical lecturer, University of Otago, Christchurch School of Medicine. See recording for verbal presentation.
- Roxanne Moore, Noongar woman and human rights lawyer; Executive Officer, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS). Her Powerpoint presentation is available here.
- Dr Mindy Sotiri, Executive Director, Justice Reform Initiative. (JRI). See recording for verbal presentation.
All webinar recordings in the COVID-19 and detention Justice Health Unit webinar series are available here.
The final webinar topic, to be held on a date to be advised, is:
- International responses – next steps for policy, advocacy, funding and research
Details will be advertised progressively. To receive notification of the date, time and registration link for the final webinar, email JHU-Webinar@unimelb.edu.au
For more information, contact Clare Chiminello.