Rosemary Elkins is a Master’s student at the Australian National University’s Crawford School of Public Policy, where she is studying environmental management and development. Prior to this, she majored in econometrics at the University of Sydney, where she has also worked as a research assistant focusing on health and human development economics topics. Her main interests are ecological economics and climate change policy.

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In Australia, two in five people released from prison will end up back behind bars within ten years.1 For Indigenous people—who have an incarceration rate 15 times that of the general population—the re-imprisonment rate is two in three.1,2 This means that the society does a much better job of keeping Indigenous people incarcerated than of […]

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