What is coercive control? The term ‘coercive control’ refers to domestic abuse in which repeated, abusive patterns erode a victim-survivor’s sense of autonomy, independence, and self-esteem. These … [Read more...] about Coercive Control – “Death by a thousand cuts”
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The Delta variant of the COVID-19 pandemic is highly transmissible, and new, increasingly strict Health Orders have been issued by the NSW Government over the past month. While most Australians are … [Read more...] about Are people ignoring Public Health Orders?
The NSW government has confirmed that Certificates of Title in paper form will be abolished as of 11 October 2021. This move is in line with the government’s goal to transition to 100% eConveyancing, … [Read more...] about Changes to Certificate of Title Rules in NSW
It's official - Sydney's COVID lockdown has extended. While the office remains empty, Principal Solicitor, Ms Mittu Gopalan, has continued to boost morale by hosting three team Zoom meetings each … [Read more...] about Sydney’s COVID lockdown extended – We’re here for you
The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) recently published a research report surveying almost 60% of ASX 200 companies about their policies on addressing workplace sexual harassment. The report … [Read more...] about Are employers doing enough to combat sexual harassment in the workplace?
Just as it seemed life was getting back to normal, Sydneysiders have been thrust into another lockdown. As residents prepare to stockpile their toilet paper and renew their Netflix subscriptions, … [Read more...] about Sydney COVID lockdown – rules, fines and vaccinations explained
Inhumane immigration policies have once again inspired public outrage throughout the nation. As new information comes to light about the treatment of infants in detention facilities, Australia’s focus … [Read more...] about Treatment of Murugappan family sparks outrage as 3-year-old asylum seeker admitted to hospital
According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, almost 2 million Australians over the age of 15 had been sexually assaulted one or more times. Those affected by sexual assault are prone … [Read more...] about New affirmative consent laws adopted in NSW, a win for sexual assault survivors