Newsletters

February 2017 Newsletter

Welcome to the February 2017 issue of the NSWCCL Newsletter

In this issue:

National issues | Defending s18C and the AHRC...again! | Asylum Seekers | Ratification of OPCAT | Civil Liberties perspective on a national integrity body | Access to telecommunications data in civil proceedings

NSW Issues | New police oversight body | Defending the right to protest | Know your Rights Booklet | Reorganisation of Justice portfolio 

CCL Issues | 10th Anniversary Marsden Lecture | Submissions | Join an Action Group 

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November 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to the November 2016 issue of the NSWCCL Newsletter

In this issue:

National issues | Asylum Seekers | Counter-terrorism  

NSW Issues | Revenge Porn Inquiry | Civil Oversight of NSW Police  

CCL Issues | Annual Dinner | Annual General Meeting 2016 | Submissions | Join an Action Group 

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August 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to the August 2016 issue of the NSWCCL Newsletter

In this issue:

National issues | Census | Asylum Seekers | Royal Commission into Northern Territory Juvenile Detention  

NSW Issues | Anti-protest legislation | Euthanasia Bill  

CCL Issues | Annual Dinner | Submissions | Update from National Security and Counter-terrorism Action Group | Join an Action Group 

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May 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to the May 2016 issue of the NSWCCL Newsletter

In this issue:

National issues | Federal election | Asylum Seekers | National Integrity Commission  

NSW Issues | Forum on new police powers | Serious Crime and Public Safety Bills 

CCL Issues | Annual Dinner | Jim Staples | An Evening with Edward Snowden | Submissions | Congratulations to Hannah Ryan! | Update from the Justice Action Group |  Join an Action Group

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March 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to the March 2016 issue of the NSWCCL Newsletter

In this issue:

National issues | Senate voting reform | Fundamental Freedoms Report | Counter terrorism issues

NSW Issues Anti-protest Bill | Privacy reform | Lock-out Laws

CCL Issues | Strategy Meeting | Submissions | Action Group Profile: Asylum Seekers and Refugees | Join an Action Group

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December 2015 Newsletter

Welcome to the December 2015 issue of the NSWCCL Newsletter

In this issue:

National issues | 800 year anniversary of signing of Magna Carta |Counter-terrorism

NSW Issues | Police Oversight reform in NSW

CCL Issues | Submissions | Action Group Profile: Free Speech, Privacy and Open Government | Join an Action Group

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NSWCCL Newsletter May 2015

Welcome to the May 2015 issue of the NSWCCL Newsletter

In this issue:

  • National issues
    • 'Chilling' ASIO secrecy law
    • Taking CITIZENFOUR to Parliament House 
  • NSW issues
    • CCL defends free speech on Sydney Uni campus
    • The State of NSW
    • The NSW Police Lobby 
  • CCL News
    • Professor Gillian Triggs to speak at CCL Annual Dinner
    • CCL sponsors cryptoparty!
    • Action Group Profile: Free Speech, Privacy and Open Government
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Newsletter June-July 2014

In this issue:

  • Message from the Secretary 
  • Racial vilification legislation 
  • Independent monitor of counter-terrorism laws abolished
  • Senate election reform
  • Telecommunications interception and access
  • Police powers - safeguard weakened
  • Mandatory minimum sentencing
  • Independence of attorney general and police ministries
  • Racial vilification report deferred
  • Police consorting law reform
  • Oversight of police critical incidents

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October-November 2013 newsletter

In this edition: President's message; AGM and Annual Dinner review; 'vexatious' charges against CSG protestors; Bill watch including Zoe's Law, and much more! Available online now.

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August-September 2013 Newsletter

In this edition: Post election civil liberties musings - implications and thoughts; NSWCCL opposes Zoe's Law; NO! to warrantless surveillance; NSW Surveillance Devices Act Review; Web update; Work experience at NSWCCL; and Annual Dinner, AGM and committee nominations. Click through to view.

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