More than $44 million in public transport fines in Victoria could be challenged through a new website.
Last financial year, more than 250,000 fines were handed out to Victorian commuters, worth more... Read more
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has the chance to make good on his claim that he wants to be the Minister who gets children out of detention, the human rights group, Liberty Victoria, said today.... Read more
The Andrews Government should follow the lead of the ACT and challenge plans for a new facial recognition database, Liberty Victoria said today.
The human rights’ group President George Georgiou SC... Read more
The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces a test in trying to move beyond the Abbott era rhetoric on terrorism, a leading human rights group said today.
Liberty Victoria says Mr Turnbull has been... Read more
A mass surveillance regime will tomorrow, 13 October, convert Australia’s communications industry into a government surveillance and monitoring agency.
Liberty Victoria said today that few people... Read more
The human rights group Liberty Victoria is overjoyed at the news of the release of two journalists from an Egyptian prison.
Al Jazeera staff Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy were pardoned by President... Read more
More money is needed to support prisoners on release, leading to greater public safety and a saving of taxes.
The rights group, Liberty Victoria, said this today in welcoming the Victorian Ombudsman’... Read more
A fortnight before three journalists are to receive an award for their work for press freedom two of them have been jailed.
Imprisoned are al-Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed.... Read more
Liberty Victoria has welcomed the Victorian government’s decision to remove Special Religious Instruction (‘SRI’) from scheduled class time at government schools. The government has announced instead... Read more
Liberty Victoria today warned against moves to wind back access to the courts for environmental groups.
The attack on access follows a successful challenge by a Queensland conservation group in the... Read more