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This paper outlines proposed legislative reforms to Australia's counter-terrorism and national security legislation.
It contains amendments that respond to the following reviews of Australia’s counter-terrorism and national security legislation:
• Inquiry by the Hon John Clarke QC into the case of Dr Mohamed...
As an outcome of a 2006 review of e-security arrangements, the Attorney-General's Department was tasked to develop a cyber exercise program to improve the ability of governments and critical infrastructure owners and operators to manage incidents affecting the National Information Infrastructure. As part of this...
The strategy is intended to facilitate development of a bipartisan, coordinated, long-term and multi-jurisdictional approach, working together to reduce the pressing and complex issues in Indigenous justice. There are four key law and justice issues highlighted: to increase actual and perceived safety; to reduce crime...
This discussion paper sets out a proposal to amend the national Classification Code and Classification guidelines for film and literature to ensure that material that advocates terrorist acts is refused classification.
This study was funded by the Australian Government Attorney-General's Department, and conducted through a collaboration between Family Transitions, Relationships Australia and La Trobe University.
The study compared outcomes over one year for two groups of separated parents, who...
In December 2017, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse final report made 409 recommendations. The Australian government is addressing each of these recommendations in partnership with state and territory governments.
Following more than 5,000 submissions, four national roundtables and consultation with the medical and aged care professions, the federal government has outlined the terms of reference for the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
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.
The Security Legislation Amendment (Terrorism) Act 2002 requires the attorney-general to cause a public and independent review of the operation of Security Acts relating to terrorism. The Security Legislation Review Committee’s report recommends a number of important changes to the government’s terrorism-related legislation and measures...