We produce a range of resources for the community

  • 14/06/2022
    Gendered Injustice: The Policing and Criminalisation of Victim-Survivors of Domestic and Family Violence
    Released in June 2022, 'Gendered Injustice:The Policing and Criminalisation of Victim-Survivors of Domestic and Family Violence' is based on joint research with La Trobe University. The report outlines the ways in which women who have a range of social, economic, health and legal issues get caught up in the criminal legal system, and in particular, the ways in which women who experience domestic and family violence become criminalised.

  • Protest Rights video

  • Cyberbullying video

  • 2020
    A Constellation of Circumstances Report

    In July 2020 we released "A Constellation of Circumstances: The Drivers of Women’s Increasing Rates of Remand in Victoria", in partnership with the La Trobe Centre for Health, Law and Society.

  • 2017 & 2018
    Booklet on Family Law and Family Violence
    These booklets are designed to be printed as A5-sized booklets. To request a bulk order, please contact us on (03) 9419 3744.

  • 2019
    Legal Information for Taxi Drivers
    In collaboration with Springvale Monash Legal Service, we have created a booklet addressing common legal issues faced by taxi drivers in Victoria. This booklet contains general legal information only and is not intended to be legal advice. If you need legal advice please contact your local community legal centre.

  • 2012
    Off the Record Blog
    The Off the Record blog was developed in 2012 and includes a short documentary about irrelevant criminal record discrimination.

  • A Guide to Understanding Victoria's Spent Conviction Scheme
    From December 2021 Victoria will have a Spent Conviction scheme. A 'Spent Conviction' is a conviction that won't show up on most criminal record/police checks. This guide is a plain English explanation of the Spent Convictions Act and sets out what types of convictions are eligible to be spent, how convictions can become spent, and when spent convictions might still show up on some criminal record/police checks.