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Title Lateline: November 16, 2016
Published Australia : ABC, 2016
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Summary Nigel Scullion Calls For Action Over Jailed Indigenous People With Cognitive Impairments<br />In the next fortnight, a Senate inquiry into the indefinite detention of people with cognitive impairment is due to report its findings. Lateline's John Stewart travelled to Alice Springs to speak to the joint legal guardian of two people with intellectual impairments who have been detained in the past.<br /><br />Interview: Jonathan Hunyor, CEO Of The Public Interest Advocacy Centre; Damian Griffis, CEO Of The First Peoples Disablity Network<br />Damian Griffis tells Lateline there is no support for Indigenous people with disabilities in the Northern Territory and the issue must be addressed immediately. While Jonathon Hunyor says jailing people with cognitive impairments is unacceptable.<br /><br />Interview: Lisa Randall, Harvard Professor And Theoretical Physicist<br />Professor Lisa Randall has been dubbed America's "superstar scientist and is known for her radical theory of dark matter wiping out dinosaurs and planet earth. She is currently in Australia on a speaking tour and spoke to Lateline's Matt Wordsworth about her theories and answered some of your questions
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2016-11-16 at 22:40:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Politics and government.
Alcoholism and crime.
Chemistry, Physical and theoretical -- Research.
Dark matter (Astronomy)
Discrimination in mental health services.
People with mental disabilities -- Services for.
Northern Territory -- Alice Springs.
Form Streaming video
Author Fulton, Rosie Anne, contributor
Fyles, Natasha, contributor
Griffis, Damian, contributor
Hunyor, Jonathan, contributor
McKinlay, Ian, contributor
Randall, Lisa, contributor
Scullion, Nigel, contributor
Stewart, John, reporter
Wordsworth, Matt, host