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First Nations kids make up about 20% of missing children, but get a fraction of the media coverage

By Silke Meyer, Associate Professor in Crimninology; Deputy Dircetor Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, Monash University
Eugene Hyman, Adjunct professor, Santa Clara University
Samantha Wild, Director for consultancy business Awakening - Cultural Ways, Indigenous Knowledge
Wynetta Dewis, CEO at Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Legal Service, Indigenous Knowledge
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First Nations young people make up around 20% of missing children in Australia. However, these cases rarely make national, let alone international headlines.The Conversation

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