Daniel Daylight

Just Reinvest NSW

Daniel is a proud Kamilaroi (NSW) man who has family ties to the Gubi Gubi nation (QLD). Daniel has a passion for helping Aboriginal children and youth caught in the criminal justice system and has spent his working life in the justice sector. Daniel worked on the development of the Youth Koori Court (YKC) including consultation with community and development of the program with other stakeholders.

Daniel believes if the appropriate support mechanisms are placed around our young Aboriginal people in the Justice system and we can empower them, then they can and will be among our leaders in the future. Daniel is currently the Managing Director of Infinite Hope Aboriginal Corporation, an organisation that has been set up to work with Aboriginal young people involved in both the criminal justice and the out of home care systems. Daniel is also a Director of the Redfern Aboriginal Medical Service board and lifelong member of the organisation. Daniel is honoured to be on the Just Reinvest NSW Executive Committee.

Daniel will be speaking on the panel, 'Navigating the criminal justice system' on Friday 14 February

    1.15pm - 2.45pm

    Conference Day Two Friday 14

    Parallel Session: Navigating the criminal justice system

    This session will explore the experience of navigating the criminal justice system for refugee young people and their families. It will discuss what communities require to access justice and how they can be supported. It will learn from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander’s journey to accessing justice.


    Zita Ngor,  Women’s Legal Services SA


    Amiel Nubaha,  Rwandan Association of Queensland
    Katy Welch, The Humanitarian Group
    Daniel Daylight, Just Reinvest NSW
    Isaiah Sines, Just Reinvest NSW


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