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Legal profession regulation: Sexual harassment: Is strengthening ethical culture the answer?
Legal profession regulation: Sexual harassment: Is strengthening ethical culture the answer?

 Vivien Holmes, Tony Foley, Julian Webb and Susan Ainsworth 01 Oct 2021

A focus on ethical culture may minimise the occurrence of sexual harassment and other ethical infractions in the workplace.

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Human rights and administrative law: Imposing a COVID-19 curfew
Human rights and administrative law: Imposing a COVID-19 curfew

 Vanessa Twigg 01 Jun 2021

Even during a pandemic, an administrative decision maker must exercise powers according to law and take human rights into account. The case of Loielo v Giles provides guidance. 

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Eliminating sexual harassment: A call for positive duties under the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth)
Eliminating sexual harassment: A call for positive duties under the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth)

 Alexandra Gonos 28 May 2021

The Australian Human Rights Commission’s Respect@Work: Sexual Harassment National Inquiry Report (2020) (Report) alarmingly revealed that one in three individuals had experienced sexual harassment in the workplace.

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LIV recommends reform of Charter of Human Rights
LIV recommends reform of Charter of Human Rights

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 18 Mar 2021

In a letter to the Victorian Attorney-General Jaclyn Symes, the Law Institute of Victoria has recommended that reform of the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 (Vic) should remain a priority in 2021...

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Aged care: Locked down for life
Aged care: Locked down for life

 Bill O’Shea and Professor Joseph Ibrahim 01 Feb 2021

A conversation on the state of aged care in Australia between Bill O’Shea and Professor Joseph Ibrahim.

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Adminstrative Law and Human Rights Section Annual Report
Adminstrative Law and Human Rights Section Annual Report

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 02 Dec 2020

The Law Institute of Victoria has released the annual report for the Administrative Law and Human Rights (ALHR) Section...

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Modern slavery: Make a difference
Modern slavery: Make a difference

 Craig Evans and Georgia Whitten 01 Nov 2020

Young lawyers can play an important role in ensuring effective regulation of the Modern Slavery Act.

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Charter of Human Rights: Reforming the Charter
Charter of Human Rights: Reforming the Charter

 Josh Andrews 01 Nov 2020

While the introduction of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights was an important step, it is clear reform is required.

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Update: Human rights compatible
Update: Human rights compatible

 Michelle Luarte and Bill Swannie 01 Sep 2020

The LIV supports Amnesty Australia on face masks.

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LIV recommends Victorian LGBTIQ law reform
LIV recommends Victorian LGBTIQ law reform

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 13 Aug 2020

In a submission to the Victorian Government’s LGBTIQ Strategy, the Law Institute of Victoria has made recommendations for law reform to promote LGBTIQ equality and reduce discrimination in Victoria...

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LIV makes 13 recommendations to improve Working Holiday Maker programs
LIV makes 13 recommendations to improve Working Holiday Maker programs

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 06 Aug 2020

In a submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Migration's 'Inquiry into the Working Holiday Maker Program', the Law Institute of Victoria has made 13 recommendations to deliver positive long term outcomes for regional Australia...

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LIV supports Amnesty Australia on face masks
LIV supports Amnesty Australia on face masks

 Bill Swannie and Michelle Luarte - Administrative Law and Human Rights section 22 Jul 2020

The LIV fully supports Amnesty Australia’s message that wearing a face mask during a pandemic does not violate human rights and urges Victorians in metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire to comply with the new face-covering rule...

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LIV addresses COVID-19 racism in supplementary submission to Victoria’s Anti-Vilification Inquiry
LIV addresses COVID-19 racism in supplementary submission to Victoria’s Anti-Vilification Inquiry

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 18 Jun 2020

The Law Institute of Victoria (‘LIV’) has submitted a supplementary submission to the Legislative and Social Issues Committee for the Inquiry into Anti-Vilification laws in Victoria...

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LIV opposes bill to increase search and seizure powers in immigration detention
LIV opposes bill to increase search and seizure powers in immigration detention

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 11 Jun 2020

The LIV has provided a memo to the Law Council of Australia’s submission into the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Senate Inquiry into the Migration Amendment (Prohibiting Items in Detention Centres) Bill 2020...

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CLCs experiencing spike in COVID-19 demand
CLCs experiencing spike in COVID-19 demand

 Karin Derkley 16 Apr 2020

Community legal services, already dealing with a spike of legal issues because of the COVID-19 lockdown, are now anticipating a spate in inquiries from people who have been fined for breaching COVID-19 measures...
 

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