2019 Social Justice Dinner
Help us continue the fight for social justice
Asylum seeker health rights
Discrimination: mental health and insurance
Better outcomes for indigenous kids in care
Accessible public transport
A voice for people experiencing homelessness
Unlawful imprisonment of young people
Landmark challenge to reduce electricity bills
Homeless Persons’ Legal Service
How we create change
A step in the right direction: CBA to improve accessibility of ‘Albert’ EFTPOS machines 10 Jan 2019
Legal action challenging the accessibility of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s touch-screen ‘Albert’ EFTPOS machines for people who are blind or vision impaired has settled, with the CBA agreeing to introduce a range of changes to ensure better accessibility of... Read More
The Public Interest Advocacy Centre cautiously welcomes the long-awaited release of the Religious Freedom Review, and elements of the Government’s...
In a significant decision handed down on Tuesday, the District Court of NSW has confirmed that NSW Police do not...
Protecting LGBT students against discrimination should be simple. Is Commonwealth Parliament up to the task?5 Dec 2018
The issue of discrimination by religious institutions can appear complex. Ensuring we protect religious freedom while upholding the right to...
PIAC has welcomed the ALP’s Sex Discrimination Amendment (Removing Discrimination Against Students) Bill 2018, introduced by Senator Penny Wong in...
History and achievements
The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) was launched in July 1982....
The Homeless Persons’ Legal Service (HPLS) provides people who are...
Energy + Water
The Energy + Water Consumers’ Advocacy Program (EWCAP) works to...
PIAC offers public training workshops and customised workshops for groups with...