Organisation

Attorney-General's Department (Australia)

Owning Institution:
Discussion paper

Privacy Act review: issues paper

The digital economy has brought with it immense benefits including new, faster and better products and services. As Australians spend more of their time online, and new technologies emerge, more personal information about individuals is being captured and processed, raising questions as to whether Australian...
Discussion paper

Improving protections of employees’ wages and entitlements: further strengthening the civil compliance and enforcement framework

The Australian government is committed to an industrial relations system that balances the needs of both employees and employers, including those engaged in small business. This paper seeks input from the community about the operation of the current compliance and enforcement framework.
Policy report

Review of the Indigenous Legal Assistance Program (ILAP) 2015-2020

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are significantly overrepresented in the criminal justice system and face disproportionate disadvantage across the system. This review found that by funding culturally appropriate legal assistance services, the Indigenous Legal Assistance Program (ILAP) aims to ensure Indigenous people can access...
Report

Implementation of recommendations from the final report of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse: annual progress report 2018

This report highlights the progress being made across the Australian government to implement the recommendations made in the Royal Commission’s final report presented to the Governor-General in December 2017.
Report

Religious Freedom Review: report of the expert panel

In late 2017, an expert panel was established to examine whether Australian law adequately protects the human right to freedom of religion. This report was delivered to the Australian government in May 2018 and has now finally been released.