Aboriginal teen's human rights breached in state care

By Emily Woods
Updated June 19 2024 - 6:00pm, first published 5:57pm
A coroner says the cultural issues of Aboriginal children in care must be taken into account. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS)
A coroner says the cultural issues of Aboriginal children in care must be taken into account. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS)

A 17-year-old Aboriginal girl's human rights were breached when a state department did not listen to her desire to be connected with her culture while in care, a coroner has found.

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