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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
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
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
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
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
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?
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
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!
In this edition: Tony Jones & Sarah Ferguson to speak at 2017 Social Justice Dinner; Northern Territory detention no place for children with disabilities; No change: our submission to free speech inquiry; We have a new website
In this edition: Electricity price win for South Australian consumers; Come work with us!; Graeme Innes’ train announcement case keeps driving improvements; Homelessness: calls for more crisis accommodation and clear targets; Welcome to Sydney, HRLC!; Ending discrimination: mental health and … read more