Strengthening advocacy for criminal justice reform in Australia.
Strengthening advocacy for criminal justice reform in Australia.

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What is working, what is missing and what needs to be done.
Last month, the public feelings on the cashless debit card were made clear, as Australia put pressure on their MPs to block the proposed Social Security (Administration) Amendment (Continuation of Cashless Welfare) Bill 2020, which...
Authorities will be given the ability to take over the online accounts of Australians and hack into networks to change or delete data for alleged crimes that carry jail time of three years or more,...
In just 12 days, New York’s Rikers Island prison has gone from one to almost 200 confirmed coronavirus cases. One corrections staff member has died from the virus. The prison’s Chief Physician has described the...
Victoria is the only state or territory in Australia that does not have a spent convictions scheme, which allows for minor convictions to be wiped from someone’s record after a period of time with no...
Under the Andrews government, Victoria is imprisoning more people than at any time in history. We are imprisoning women at the fastest growing rate in the Western world, with Aboriginal women – who face systemic...
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