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Marriage Equality: Time to put a ring on it

November 10, 2017

In this edition Marriage Equality: Time to put a ring on it; Asylum seekers in onshore detention lack basic medical care too; Secret NSW Police policy harmful to young people: Report; Addressing Indigenous child removal; Electricity price win for Victorian … read more

High Court reasons in SSM postal survey case: and the vote goes on

October 16, 2017

In this edition High Court reasons in SSM postal survey case: and the vote goes on; Battery warranties leave consumers in the dark: Report; PIAC & Allens nominated for a 2017 Justice Award; Practical legal training: apply now; Seminar: Equal … read more

Same-sex marriage: time to vote yes

September 13, 2017

In this edition Same-sex marriage: time to vote yes; Laura Lombardo appointed Principal Solicitor; Equal access in the digital age, lessons from the US; Exciting opportunity to join our strategic litigation team; Welcome news: Electricity bill relief package on the … read more

High Court challenge to same-sex marriage postal vote

August 16, 2017

In this edition High Court challenge to same-sex marriage postal vote; Recruiting now: Principal Solicitor; Don’t miss our forum on homelessness hosted by Jenny Brockie; AJ’s story, ‘From Cardboard on Concrete to a Bedsit in Balmain’; Human Rights Awards: nominations … read more

Jenny Brockie to host ‘sleeping rough, stigma & the importance of home’

July 20, 2017

In this edition Jenny Brockie to host ‘sleeping rough, stigma & the importance of home’; Breakthrough in battle to end mental illness travel insurance discrimination; Litigation funders support PIAC’s public interest cases; Consumers need to retain a strong voice in … read more

Five things you may not know about health care and immigration detention

June 29, 2017

In this edition Five things you may not know about health care and immigration detention Finkel review: mixed news for consumers Response to the Uluru Statement from the Heart Electricity prices to rise following court decision Ending school uniform discrimination … read more

Opinion: Time to catch up on audio description for TV

May 9, 2017

In this edition Opinion: Time to catch up on audio description for TV; ‘If I could say one thing’: Mental health and insurance on The Checkout; New clinics: Homeless Persons’ Legal Service; New Energy and Water team; Electricity prices set … read more

NSW AG steps in to fill federal funding gap

April 12, 2017

In this edition: NSW AG steps in to fill federal funding gap; Calls for national action on youth justice; Voting rights: making polling places accessible to all; Come work with us!; ACCC review into electricity retail margins: what about gas?

Urgent need for more legal services for DV victims: Report

March 10, 2017

In this edition: Urgent need for more legal services for DV victims: Report; Court says childbirth not the same as ‘buying a bag of chips’; Latest Street count figures show steady increase in homelessness; Ensuring Sri Lankan war crimes victims … read more

Social Justice Dinner with Tony Jones and Sarah Ferguson: tickets selling fast

February 14, 2017

In this edition Social Justice Dinner with Tony Jones and Sarah Ferguson: tickets selling fast; Progress on detention conditions: OPCAT ratified; No place for race hate speech: our submission on 18C; Welcome students!

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