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State Election 2018: The parties respond
State Election 2018: The parties respond

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2018

The Labor government, the Coalition Opposition and the Greens respond to the 10 priorities identified in the LIV’s Call to Parties...

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LIV welcomes report into police accountability and external oversight
LIV welcomes report into police accountability and external oversight

 LIV Media 05 Sep 2018

The LIV welcomes the final report of the parliamentary inquiry into the external oversight of police corruption and misconduct in Victoria...

 

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Anti-gang laws target young and marginalised
Anti-gang laws target young and marginalised

 Karin Derkley 25 Jul 2018

New laws introduced by the Victorian state government could send people as young as 14 to prison for up to three years for associating with someone convicted of a serious offence...

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Theatre enhances dialogue
Theatre enhances dialogue

 Kleo Cruse 02 Jul 2018

Law Week initiative, South Sudan Voice, aims to improve understanding of the stresses facing the Sou th Sudanese community...

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New law catches up
New law catches up

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2018

CLCs have played a role in furthering the rights of young trans people. There is a gradual yet pronounced change happening in access to justice...

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What does it really mean to be a part of an LIV Policy Committee?
What does it really mean to be a part of an LIV Policy Committee?

 LIV Young Lawyers 21 May 2018

As a member of the LIV you have the opportunity to join over 90 committees and contribute your time, knowledge, expertise and passion to law reform, policy advocacy and professional development in a particular area of law...

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Shareholder profits vs human rights
Shareholder profits vs human rights

 Karin Derkley 15 Mar 2018

Human rights should not come second to shareholder profits, according to visiting world expert in corporate governance and former Judge of the Supreme Court of South Africa, Professor Mervyn King...

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Donation laws will hamstring community advocacy
Donation laws will hamstring community advocacy

 Karin Derkley 30 Jan 2018

Red tape around proposed new donation disclosure laws will stifle the ability of community legal services and charities to help their clients...

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Year of human rights achievements for HRLC
Year of human rights achievements for HRLC

 Karin Derkley 17 Jan 2018

The launch of a campaign to end strip searching of women in prison is one of dozens documented by the Human Rights Legal Centre in its Annual Report...

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The independent, low profile third arm of government
The independent, low profile third arm of government

 Justice Emilios Kyrou 01 Dec 2017

The recent case involving three federal ministers demonstrates how contempt of court enables courts to protect their independence and the integrity of the administration of justice...

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Opinion: Modern slavery and business
Opinion: Modern slavery and business

 Sunil Rao 01 Dec 2017

The global effort to combat human rights violations through shared responsibility with business is now widely acknowledged. The view that human rights are an ethical issue solely of concern to...

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Desperate on Nauru
Desperate on Nauru

 Alessandra Di Natale and Sylvie Alston 01 Nov 2017

Right now on Nauru a group of vulnerable asylum seekers are in desperate need of legal help. These traumatised people escaped war and oppression, and there is no legal help available on Nauru...

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Victoria Leads On Human Rights
Victoria Leads On Human Rights

 George Williams & Daniel Reynolds 01 Sep 2017

Many Australians believe our nation already has a national bill of rights, and yet Australia is the only democratic nation without one. It’s time Australia had a Charter of Rights...

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Submission to the Education and Training Reform Regulations Review
Submission to the Education and Training Reform Regulations Review

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 18 Aug 2017

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission to the Scrutiny of Acts and Regulations Committee towards...

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NAIDOC Week: Celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages
NAIDOC Week: Celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages

 Belinda Wilson 05 Jul 2017

A couple of weeks ago Victorian Parliament heard for the first time legislation which included the language of the traditional owners...

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