argues for radical reform of nsw consorting laws
NSW Ombudsman's Review
The current NSW consorting laws impinge on human
rights to a degree that far exceeds any benefit
that may be obtained from them.
These laws should be repealed and/or radically
The NSW Ombudsman is currently reviewing the police
use of these laws -
ombudsman's issue paper
26 November 2013
been busy! Catch up on the latest news from NSWCCL
with our October-November
50th anniversary AGM
A well attended AGM (23/10/13)
made significant decisions:
'solution' contrary to Australia's international
5 August 2013
firmly opposes the Papua New Guinea regional re-settlement
agreement - read
our press release statement here.
The policy is contrary to Australia's
international obligations, and a cynical subversion
of the Refugee Convention.
"It appears from the refugee
re-settlement agreement that the Australian Government
is trying to shroud its international obligations
by emphasizing its intention to stop people smuggling,
thereby failing to acknowledge the rights of the
people being smuggled."
national asio campaign
National ASIO Campaign page to read more about
this NSWCCL-led campaign.
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