Castan Centre for Human Rights Law

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The Northern Territory Intervention: an evaluation

Indigenous incarceration rates in the Northern Territory have shown no improvement since the NT Intervention over a decade ago, this analysis by Monash University’s Castan Centre for Human Rights Law has found.

Improving educational outcomes for children with a disability in Victoria

Victorian children with a disability continue to experience discrimination, exclusion and disadvantage in mainstream government schools, according to this report.

Castan Centre human rights report 2015

Summarises some key human rights issues facing Australia and the world in 2015. Foreword Since our inaugural Castan Centre Human Rights Report last April, it has felt as if the number of human rights issues facing people around the world is overwhelming. The Castan Centre...

Castan human rights report 2014

This report provides human rights perspectives on issues such as asylum seekers, LGBTI rights, Indigenous rights and the federal government's hot-button issue of "freedom". Foreword In this report, which is a first for the Castan Centre, you will find fresh perspectives on many important topics...

Submission to law reform committee’s inquiry into sexting

The Castan Centre for Human Rights Law comments on Victorian laws relating to creating, sharing, sending or posting of sexually explicit messages or images via the internet, mobile phones or other electronic devices by people, especially young people – known as sexting. The Centre will...