In this paper, presented to the NSW Young Lawyers’ ‘A Charter of Rights’ Conference, the author considered four aspects of the current situation of human rights protection in Australia: The first asp
This submission responds to the Australian Government’s announcement of a national consultation on human rights protection.
In this submission on the Australian Labor Party (ALP) Consultation Draft National Platform 2009, PIAC provides comment on issues of public interest in which it has experience and expertise.
In its submission to the National Consultation, PIAC focuses on identifying the features of effective human rights protection and promotion that it considers necessary to build into any future framewo
PIAC, in its submission to the …, commends the Federal Government on implementing the majority of recommendations from the Productivity Commission’s 2004 review of the Disability Discrimination Act
In a paper to a Sydney Democracy Forum seminar, Robin Banks spoke of the need for formal human rights protection to complete the democratic jigsaw.
In June 2008, the Federal Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Migration established an Inquiry into Immigration Detention in Australia.
This submission responds to the Federal Government’s Green Paper, Which Way Home? A New Approach to Homelessness.
The Federal Government proposed changes to the Welfare to Work legislation in its discussion paper, ‘The Future of Employment Services in Australia’.