Aysha Kerr

Aysha Kerr

Aysha Kerr is a proud Quandamooka woman who is descendent from the Noonuccal and Ngugi people of Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) and Moorgumpin (Moreton Island). Aysha is currently the Queensland Advocacy and Campaign Coordinator for the Justice Reform Initiative and has prior experience working in the youth justice sector. Aysha has completed a Bachelor of Justice (Criminology and Policing) and a Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership. She is currently completing a Master of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University. Aysha is passionate about breaking the cycle of First Nations criminal justice system involvement through First Nations community-led initiatives and alternatives to prison.

APPEARING AT: Jailing is failing
WITH: Mindy Sotiri, Claude Robinson, Peta McGillivray and Nicholas Cowdery OA, QC (facilitator)
DATE: Friday 9 September
TIME: 10.30-11.30
VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium, SLNSW

 

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