27 May 2013 | This project seeks to understand the type of experiences people have, and the extent and nature of material that people experience or witness that is racist or vilifying. It aims to raise awareness of racism and to build capacity for victims and bystanders to report racism and vilification when they experience it.
04 June 2013 | While there is no evidence that family violence is more endemic, or profound in CALD communities, this paper highlights that the Australian justice and protection services are not adequately accounting for the additional complexity that can be embedded within CALD women’s experiences of violence.
19 June 2013 | This study sought to generate data on two areas of terrorist attack prevention: the detection of terrorists before they are able to carry out an attack; and predicting likely targets of a terrorist attack.
18 June 2013 | This audit assessed the effectiveness of the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre's (AUSTRAC) arrangements for processing financial intelligence, to assist domestic partner agencies and international counterparts in their operations and investigations.
18 June 2013 | The Australasian Consumer Fraud Task Force has conducted a range of fraud prevention and awareness raising activities since 2006. This report presents the results of the 2012 online consumer fraud survey.
19 June 2013 | This article examines the applications for justice reinvestment in Australia, primarily in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, although some consideration has also been given to vulnerable groups including juvenile offenders, people with cognitive impairment and people with disabilities.
05 June 2013 | This paper examines the lessons that can be learned as a result of the regulation of motor manufacturers to install electronic immobilisers on all new cars from July 2001, which has contributed to significant reductions in vehicle crime over the past decade.
12 June 2013 | This paper provides practitioners, policy-makers and researchers with an overview of a number of influential recent approaches to conceptualising, recognising and responding to the complexity of child maltreatment and trauma.
30 November 2012 | This report provides a children’s rights-based analysis and evaluation of the current criminal laws that can apply to peer-to-peer sexting and cyber bullying among young people in New South Wales.
11 May 2013 | In the United States and internationally there is currently a strident debate over copyright's proper scope and terms and means of its enforcement. This bookexamines a range of questions regarding copyright policy by using a variety of methods, such as case studies, international and sectoral comparisons, and experiments and surveys.
21 November 1977 | This controversial Royal Commission from the 1970s found that many Australian families were failing to protect their most valuable members, and helped change the shape of public discussion around families, gender and sexuality.
13 November 2012 | This guide is one of ten outlining a range of evidence-informed actions that councils may consider when preparing their Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plans and other strategies.
22 August 2011 | Aiming to assist women who have experienced human rights violations, and been failed by processes in Australia, this guide can be used to seek redress from international complaint mechanisms.
04 April 2011 | This guide has been issued to help designers, architects, builders and clients to better understand the Disability (Access to Premises - buildings) Standards 2010 which will commence on 1 May 2011.
29 May 2013 | The Victorian Parliament's law reform committee has recommended major changes to laws around the practice of sexting, to avoid teenagers who send an explicit picture of themselves being placed on the child sex offender register.
25 March 2013 | As governments and tech companies are systematically restricting our liberties, and creating an online surveillance state, Dan Gillmor suggests steps we can take as individuals to be more secure and free, and to take back the permissions we're losing.
05 December 2012 | ZDNet's Stilgherrian latest podcast looks at Australia's newly-announced internet "filtering" plan relies on an unprecedented interpretation of the law and will do little to prevent the spread of child abuse material.