In October, the Queensland Taskforce on Coercive Control and Women’s Experience in the Criminal Justice System will report on its findings and recommendations of how best to legislate against coercive control as a form of domestic and family violence.
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In February, the Queensland Government proposed new legislative measures to crack down on youth crime including fitting repeat offenders with GPS trackers and reversing the presumption of bail.
This event is an opportunity to explore together the Child Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020.
Join us for the final event in our Human Rights in Action series for 2020.