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IBAC Dec 12
IBAC's oversight role includes ensuring police officers have regard for rights set out in Victoria's Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities. Seen or suspect police misconduct? Report it
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Victorian Ombudsman Dec 11
Ombudsman Deborah Glass has recommended there be a better system of scrutiny for MPs expenses.
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Victorian Ombudsman Dec 11
Today Ombudsman Deborah Glass tabled the report of her latest investigation into MP expenses. This follows a referral from the Legislative Assembly in August 2018.
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IBAC Dec 11
Ciao, Hallå, नमस्ते. Did you know the Universal Declaration of Human Rights has been translated into more than 500 languages? Because human rights matter, no matter what language you speak.
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IBAC Dec 11
Just published: Issue 22 includes a special feature with Chief Justice The Hon Anne Ferguson, an interview with CEO Lucy , new reports on of interest and in and more.
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Vic Law Foundation Dec 10
Did you know Victoria has its own Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities? Find out more for Human Rights Week:
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Kristen Hilton Dec 10
As we near the end of another busy year, I’m pleased to share with you a snapshot of the Commission’s impact in 2018–19, ‘Making human rights real’. It outlines our work to create a fair, safe and inclusive Victoria.
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IBAC Dec 10
As part of our commitment to , we partner with to ensure IBAC officers are fully trained on Victoria's Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities.
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IBAC Dec 10
Everyone is responsible for upholding . IBAC has an obligation to ensure police officers have regard for rights set out in Victoria's Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities. Seen or suspect police misconduct? Report it
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IBAC Dec 9
IBAC's Operation Ross examined potential breaches of as part of our independent oversight of Victoria Police. Learn about what the investigation found, IBAC's recommendations and Victoria Police's response.
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OVIC Dec 9
“Protecting privacy is crucial, as it protects and safeguards other human rights including freedom of expression, the ability to think critically and the right to self expression” - Information Commissioner
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VicEO+HumanRights Dec 9
Today is International Human Rights Day — it marks a pivotal moment in the global human rights movement, the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations in 1948.
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IBAC Dec 9
Did you know Victoria has its own Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities? Find out more this Human Rights Week.
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IBAC Dec 9
We take human rights seriously, complaints of public sector and police are considered for potential breaches of . Report suspected corruption or police misconduct to IBAC.
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IBAC Dec 9
Hola, Merhaba, สวัสดี ครับ. Did you know the Universal Declaration of Human Rights has been translated into more than 500 languages? Because human rights matter, no matter what language you speak.
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IBAC Dec 8
The scale and impact of should not be underestimated. Corruption hurts everyone. It is not victimless. If you suspect wrongdoing in our public sector, speak up. Report it.
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IBAC Dec 8
What happens when standards slip? Fighting the forces of ethical fading and ethical blindness requires skilled and courageous .
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CCC WA Dec 8
Today is International Anti-Corruption Day. We encourage you to follow clues that will help detect potential corruption in the WA public sector. The behaviours we ignore, become the standards we accept. Find out more here
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CCC WA Dec 8
Everyday behaviours can be clues of workplace corruption. When these behaviours are ignored, they become the standards we accept. If you have evidence of wrongdoing in the WA public sector, do the right thing and tell the CCC.
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CCC WA Dec 8
Everyday behaviours can be clues of workplace corruption. When these behaviours are ignored, they become the standards we accept. If you have evidence of wrongdoing in the WA public sector, do the right thing and tell the CCC.
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