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How we create change 2019
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Challenge continues to excessive bail compliance checks 21 Mar 2019
PIAC’s challenge to the power of NSW police officers to conduct bail compliance checks without a Court order continues, with the NSW Court of Appeal setting aside the December 2018 decision of the District Court. The Court of Appeal decided... Read More
PIAC is delighted to note the success of the Work Development Order Scheme in reducing the impact of fines on...
“Information Overload: How Technology Can Help Convert Raw Data into Rich Information for Transitional Justice Processes” written by PIAC staff...
PIAC’s consumer committee on homelessness, StreetCare, has welcomed Homelessness NSW’s State Election Platform 2018-2019. StreetCare Project Officer, Maddy Humphreys, said...
PIAC welcomes the passage of the Home Affairs (Miscellaneous Measures) Bill 2018 by Commonwealth Parliament. Otherwise known as the ‘MedEvac...
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...