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Media Releases

Nauru – Our press release

Nauru should think carefully before excluding its Chief Justice and threatening judicial independence.  See here for our press release.

Annual Planning Meeting – 10 December

Planning meeting today! Download the agenda here ICJ Victoria is holding its annual planning meeting on 10 December at 5.15pm at Neil Forsyth Room, Owen Dixon Chambers East, 205 William Street. Light refreshments and drinks will be provided.  We hope to see you there.

Sri Lanka Evidence Project – E-Bulletin 2013

‘The Sri Lanka Evidence Project’ (SLEP), which is run by the International Commission of Jurists Australia (ICJA), publishes an E-bulletin containing a summary of recent key international events and developments touching on the issues at the heart of our work. It is imperative that we continue to raise awareness of the human rights violations occurring […]

Sri Lankan Evidence Project (SLEP)

ICJ Australia runs the Sri Lankan Evidence Project (SLEP) which aims to raise awareness of the human rights violations occurring in Sri Lanka and place pressure on the Sri Lankan Government to comply with its human rights obligations. Click here for the August E-bulletin from SLEP.

Legal Aid Matters

  ICJ Victoria supports the petition for additional Legal Aid funding. Help us to reach 5,000 signatures before the Federal Election by signing the petition at this link.

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