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The Community Legal Education, Advocacy and Research (CLEAR) Unit has been recording educational interviews which are currently being played in high rotation on 3KND Kool ‘N’ Deadly 1503 AM. This is the second recording in the series. It is an interview between Loretta O'Neill (community legal education officer at VALS) and Jill Prior (executive officer of legal practice at VALS) about what happens when you are being interviewed and explains what your rights are and what you should do if you find yourself in this situation.

The Community Legal Education, Advocacy and Research (CLEAR) Unit has been recording educational interviews which are currently being played in high rotation on 3KND Kool ‘N’ Deadly 1503 AM. This is the first recording in the series. It is an interview between Loretta O'Neill (community legal education officer at VALS) and Jill Prior (executive officer of legal practice at VALS) about what happens when you are charged and explains everything you need to know about bail.

The ‘Deadly People’ calendar is a joint project between the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (VALS) and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC). We wanted to create a collection of stories from ‘unsung heroes’ in the community.

Along with the deadly stories, the calendar is is special because it provides information about VALS and the commission – two important services available to the community. We are also proud that the calendar is Aboriginal-produced with artwork from emerging artist and student of Worawa Aboriginal College, Angelina Doolan; photographer James Henry; and design and layout by Reanna Bono from Deadly Designs.

To order a hard copy of this beautiful calendar, please contact: VALS Community Legal Education Officer, Loretta O'Neill: loneil@vals.org.au, 9419 3888 or alternatively VALS Research Officer, Louise Hicks, lhicks@vals.org.au, 9419 3888. To view the calendar electronically, please download the document attached.