Monthly Archives: March 2014

Roseanne Fulton’s case to be raised in the Federal Senate today.

Today, the Greens spokesperson for Indigenous affairs, Senator Rachel Siewert will raise a motion relating to Roseanne Fulton’s case. Roseanne’s story aired on Lateline on Wednesday night and her legal guardian, Ian McKinlay launched a petition on Change.org. In five days … Continue reading

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We are putting people with intellectual disability in prison without conviction.

Australia is failing to meet its obligations under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) because people with intellectual disability are being put in prison and left there, without conviction, indefinitely. Roseanne Fulton’s story was told on … Continue reading

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Organ Donation Rates – international website launch

Earlier this week, ABC’s 4 Corners screened an HBO documentary, Tales from the Organ Trade. Recently, SAZCOM has worked with the University of Sydney to create an international, English language website – organdonationrates.org. The website is based on the extensive … Continue reading

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