The International Commission of Jurists Victoria condemns the Labor Government’s proposal to excise the whole of the Australian mainland from our Migration Zone (1 November 2012). Government policy to excise mainland Australia from migration zone
UPDATE: WE ARE SORRY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THIS CONFERENCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED ICJ and ICCC Conference – October 10, 11 2013 To ask the hard question is simple; it’s the answers that are hard. What was the Expert Panel on Asylum Seekers thinking when it recommended that capacity be established in Nauru and Papua New […]
The International Commission of Jurists Victoria is appalled at reports this morning that a Sri Lankan woman has been taken into detention without warning or any right to appeal ASIO’s adverse security assessment (18 May 2012). Refugee sent into indefinite detention after adverse ASIO security assessment
The Victorian chapter of the International Commission of Jurists calls on the government of Papua New Guinea to repeal the legislation passed on Wednesday, 21 March 2012, that erodes judicial independence and undermines Papua New Guinea’s progress towards stable democracy (23 March 2012). PNG Parliament undermines separation of powers
Link to audio of the ICJ Victoria’s recent Sentencing Forum at the State Library of Victoria Audio of the forum on 7 December 2011 was kindly recorded and made available by ABC Radio and ABC Online.