CLICK HERE FOR MEDIA RELEASE On Tuesday 17 November, in a 4:1 majority decision, the Court of Appeal stated that the Victorian baseline sentencing laws are ‘incurably defective’. Shadow attorney-general, Mr John Pesutto MP, has provided statements to The Age and The Herald Sun disagreeing with the decision made by the Court. He expressed that the Court’s decision […]
READ THE ICJ VICTORIA COUNTER-TERRORISM POSITION PAPER ICJ Victoria is pleased to publish our position paper on the need to augment the current counter terrorism strategy with context-specific deradicalisation, rehabilitation and prevention programmes. Executive Summary The International Commission of Jurists Victoria (ICJV) calls on the Governments of Australia to support alternative means of countering violent extremism […]
Response from the Federal Attorney-General regarding Office of the Australian Information Commission
Recently the International Commission of Jurists Australia, in conjunction with the International Commission of Jurists Victoria, wrote a to the Attorney-General’s office, regarding the executive defunding of the statutory Office of the Australian Information Commission. We recently received a from the Attorney-General’s office. Letter to the Attorney-General from ICJ about OAIC Reply from the office of the […]
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Calling for input to submissions to the Australian Government’s Advocacy for the Abolition of the Death Penalty
The Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade have made a call for submissions into Australia’s Advocacy for the Abolition of the Death Penalty The details for making submissions can be found here: http://www.aph.gov.au/deathpenalty. The deadline for submissions is 2 October 2015. Please contact the email@example.com with contributions to our submission.