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#TalkingJustice16 rocks Law Week

In late May, more than 500 people attended Talking Justice at the Capital and Ulumbarra Theatres as part of Law Week 2016. Highlights included Shane Howard and Martin Flanagan’s unique double-hander on justice and the creative journey; Julian Burnside, Paris Aristotle and Felicity Gerry on human rights in an era of unprecedented global dislocation; Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa’s inspiring […]

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Candidates’ forum on justice issues

In the run up to the state election on November 27th 2014, the Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre is proud to be hosting a candidates forum focussing on the marginal seats of Bendigo East and Bendigo West. Following on from the successful Talking Justice and Justice Bites events, the open forum will be an opportunity for members of the […]

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Bendigo Victims of Crime Forum

Legal and social services are coming together in September to support Bendigo victims of crime via a free public forum. This forum will discuss issues such as why victims frequently delay coming forward, how to encourage and support victims, and how to deal with applications with evidentiary issues. The forum is open to the general […]

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Justice Bites: Restorative Justice

Following on from our successful Talking Justice series in May, we are happy to present Justice Bites, the first of what we hope will be a regular series of one-off talks on justice related issues. This free public lecture will canvas the value and application of Restorative Justice principles, particularly in the context of sexual offending […]

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Nicholas Cowdery presenting at Talking Justice

Talking Justice videos online

  Talking Justice recently asked a distinguished line-up of speakers to address the place of the law and justice in a free society. More than 240 people bought tickets to this inaugural Bendigo event and some sessions were booked out. If you couldn’t attend the event, don’t worry. We’ve uploaded video of the weekend’s presentations to […]

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King Hit Laws

There has been widespread media interest this week in relation to laws relating to one-punch assaults (see King-hit deaths prompt new law push, The Age, 2 December 2013). While Loddon Campaspe CLC recognizes the hurt and anguish experienced by the victims of such violence we believe that existing laws are sufficient to enable appropriate prosecuting […]

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