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What happened to the Senate inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women?

By Amy McQuire, Indigenous Post-Doctoral Fellow: Faculty of Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice, School of Communication, Queensland University of Technology
Chelsea Watego, Professor of Indigenous Health; Executive Director, Carumba Institute, Queensland University of Technology
David Singh, Indigenist Health Humanities Academic Director, Queensland University of Technology
Elizabeth Strakosch, Lecturer In Public Policy - Social and Political Sciences, The University of Melbourne
Public inquiries are held to inform the public of misconduct and begin discussion on how to address issues. So why have we heard nothing about the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women?The Conversation

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