Supreme Court challenge to use of solitary confinement in NSW youth justice centres filed

The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) has filed a test case in the Supreme Court challenging the use of “segregation” (solitary confinement) as a form of punishment in youth justice centres in NSW.

PIAC has filed a case on behalf of their client, Daniel, whose identity is being protected by a pseudonym.

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