Statements from NSWCCL on COVID-19 responses, links to up-to-date information and resources
For NSWCCL in the media visit THIS PAGE.
NSWCCL Statements on COVID-19
The right to protest should not be curtailed - statement re car convoy protesting COVID-19 risks to refugees held in detention
Actions and campaigns
NSWCCL recently signed on to support the #GameOver campaign by Craig Foster to get those held in offshore detention to safety, and endorsed the 'Open letter to Australian governments on COVID-19 and the criminal justice system’
National Coronavirus Helpline - Call this line if you are seeking information on coronavirus. The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week - 1800 020 080
Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order 2020 - Signed 10:20pm 30th March
Law Access NSW LawAccess NSW is available on 1300 888 529 between 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday to help with legal issues including those arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Policing COVID in Australia - Have you been stopped by police or had any interaction with police since the new public health rules were introduced in your area? Do you feel you have been treated unfairly? Do you know of an incident that concerns you? Visit the Policing COVID website.
Australian Women Against Violence Alliance - COVID-19 resources for a range of at-risk and minority communities
Australia at Home - A resource to bring together people from across Australian civil society. Hosting lunchtime briefings and online series of conversations with some of Australia’s most experienced and interesting thinkers.
Aboriginal Legal Service NSW ACT Free Our People - Petition: Stop COVID Aboriginal Deaths in Custody before it's too late
Asylum Seeker Resource Centre - Petition to protect people seeking asylum and refugees in COVID-19 crisis