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Money is frequently offered to redress wrongs — what does it achieve for victims and justice?

By Kathleen Daly, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
Juliet Davis, Research Fellow, Griffith University
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A $378 million scheme has just been launched for Stolen Generations survivors. This is the latest example of ‘money justice’, which is more common than you might realise.

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