Uncle Michael “Mookeye” Bell shares his thoughts on Victoria’s Spent Convictions Bill

Victoria is on the verge of coming into line with other States and Territories with the introduction of a Spent Convictions Bill

Uncle Michael “Mookeye” Bell shares his thoughts on Victoria’s Spent Convictions Bill

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Posted: 5 November 2020
TAGS: Activism | Justice | Law

For far too many years, a great number of Aboriginal Victorians have been effectively barred from gainful employment as a result of the State’s lack of Spent Convictions Legislations. This is on the verge of changing, and long-time activist and community leader, Gunditjmara man Uncle Mookeye Bell speaks about it on Connection Matters Radio.

Duration: 10min 43sec
Broadcast: Thursday 5 November 2020

 

Guest

  • Uncle Michael “Mookeye” Bells

    Gunditjamara man, FPAV member, activist and community leader

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