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Allison, Fiona (2014) A limited right to equality: evaluating the effectiveness of racial discrimination law for Indigenous Australians through an access to justice lens. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 17 (2). pp. 3-25.
Cunneen, Chris, and Rowe, Simone (2015) Decolonising Indigenous victimisation. In: Wilson, Dean, and Ross, Stuart, (eds.) Crime, Victims and Policy: international contexts, local experiences. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. (In Press)
Cunneen, Chris (2013) How fear and funding undercut a fair go for Indigenous Victorians. The Conversation, 29 November 2013.
Cunneen, Chris (2012) The race to defraud: state crime and the immiseration of Indigenous people. In: Stanley, Elizabeth, and McCulloch, Jude, (eds.) State Crime and Resistance. Routledge Studies in Crime and Society, 2 . Taylor & Francis, London, UK, pp. 99-113.
Crowley-Cyr, Lynda (2010) Homelessness, Mental Illness and the State: an endless crisis of suffering and exclusion. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller, Saarbrücken, Germany.
Cunneen, Chris (2008) Deaths in custody. In: Cane, Peter, and Conaghan , Joanne, (eds.) The New Oxford Companion to Law. Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K., pp. 298-299.
Cunneen, Chris (2007) Criminology, human rights and Indigenous peoples. In: Parmentier, Stephan, and Weitekamp, Elmar G.M., (eds.) Crime and Human Rights. Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, 9 . Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, UK, pp. 239-261.
Cunneen, Chris (2007) Reflections on criminal justice policy since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody. In: Gillespie, Neil, (ed.) Reflections: 40 years on from the 1967 referendum. Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement, Adelaide, SA, Australia, pp. 135-145.
Cunneen, Chris (2006) Aboriginal deaths in custody: a continuing systematic abuse. Social Justice, 33 (4). pp. 37-51.
Galloway, Kate (2014) Bring back the cane: revisiting patriarchy. Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 16 July 2014.
Galloway, Kate (2014) Assisted reproductive technologies and human rights. Right Now, 11 February 2014.
Galloway, Kathrine (2013) Forced removal of children: when will government learn? Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 14 November 2013.
Galloway, Kate (2013) Queensland political culture: executive dominance trumps civil liberties. Right Now, 11 November 2013.
Galloway, Kate (2013) Queensland anti-bikie laws: a return to the Moonlight State? Open Forum, 30 October 2013.
Galloway, Kate (2013) Australia's tropical diplomacy. Right Now, 15 July 2013.
Galloway, Kate (2013) Searching for the rule of law in the jungle. Right Now, 8 May 2013. p. 1.
Galloway, Kathrine (2013) Women's rights are human rights. Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 21 January 2013.
Galloway, Kathrine (2013) Why is breastfeeding scary? Curl: Property law, women and law, contemporary legal issues, 18 January 2013.
Galloway, Kate (2013) Law of the jungle. Alternative Law Journal, 38 (2). p. 135.
Galloway, Kate (2013) Step up feminists it's not over yet. Alternative Law Journal, 38 (2). p. 138.
Galloway, Kathrine (2012) Is gender equality a non-gendered agenda? Or is it really about women? Women's Agenda, 23 November 2012. pp. 1-2.
Hayes-Jonkers, Charmaine, Wright, Adele, Golding, Lisa, and Singer, Cliff (2013) Hidden racism and systematic racism: is it contributing to the decreased health and well-being of Aboriginal homeless persons in the inner city of Cairns? In: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Racisms in the New World Order: realities of culture, colour and identity, pp. 117-128. From: Third International Conference on Racisms in the New World Order: realities of culture, colour and identity, 29-31 August 2012, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Havemann, Paul (2009) Indigenous peoples human rights. In: Goodhard, Michael, (ed.) Human Rights: politics and practice. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 260-275.
Smith, Rebecca Ann (2013) Human rights and Australian extractive industries in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region: a case study of Rio Tinto's adherence to the construct of corporate social responsibility. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.