In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
Class Action Commenced Against Police Over Illegal Strip Searches
A class action has been launched against the NSW Police Force over the illegal strip searching of youths.
New Bail Law Requiring Detention Upon Guilty Plea is Impossible to Apply
Law Firm Ends Relationship with Catholic Church
A Melbourne-based law firm that represented the Church for 50 years says it will no longer do so.
Former Deputy NSW Premier Under Investigation Over Scuffle with Cameraman
John Barilaro is under investigation over a late-night altercation with a cameraman.
Albanese’s Backdoor Diplomacy Could Spell Assange’s Death Knell
“Changing the National Debate”: Senator David Shoebridge on the Greens Agenda
A robust federal ICAC, whistleblower protections and youth detention reform are on the agenda.
UN Prison Inspection Body to Visit Australia, as Nation Stumbles on OPCAT
Sex Work as Work Is a Feminist Issue, Says Rights Activist Julie Bates AO
The pioneering advocate for sex worker rights provides an insight into why it’s so important to support further reform.
The Sun Has Quietly Set on the NT Intervention, or Has It?
The neocolonial policies of welfare quarantining, land acquisition, banning alcohol and overpolicing in Indigenous communities have formally come to an end, but many of the rules continue to apply.
Attorney General to Restore Human Rights Commission, After Coalition Destroyed It
Sydney Teenagers Charged with Murder
As NYC Warns Residents to Be Prepared, Nuclear War Is Closer Than Ever Before
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