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ICRC President: “The humanitarian carveouts have allowed people to benefit from life-saving assistance”
How UNSW psychologists helped NSW Police find super-recognisers in its ranks
PJCIS finds Temporary Exclusion Order Regime is operationally effective
Funding for legal assistance services more urgent in tough times
New laws passed to reduce terrorism risk and keep community safe
Minns Labor Government Parliamentary Secretaries announced
NSW’s most dangerous domestic violence offenders targeted during Operation Amarok II
Video Statement by Volker Türk, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
Government taking action to help protect Menindee
Consultation commences on AML/CTF reforms
Consultation on major reform of Australia’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws
Podcast series returns with more insight into how crime is interrupted
Misuse of counter-terrorism measures to prosecute protesters threatens human rights, say UN experts: Colombia
Deeply Concerned by Terrorists’ Gains in Sahel, Elsewhere, Secretary-General Tells Security Council Human-Rights Based Approach crucial to End Scourge
Security Council: Counter-terrorism
UN Human Rights Committee publishes findings on Egypt, Panama, Peru, Sri Lanka, Turkmenistan and Zambia
UN expert demands immediate end to crackdown on Kashmiri human rights defenders: India
All accounted for following helicopter incident off Jervis Bay
AUSTRAC accepts enforceable undertaking from PayPal
New Zealand to attend regional security meeting in Australia
Alarming misuse of high-risk technologies in global fight against terrorism says UN expert
FATF updates on global ML/TF risk 8 March
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Protective Services Group Uniform Launch
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for March
Star provides $150 million for fines and penalties after ASIC raises concerns
UN experts alarmed by potential reinstatement of death penalty for “terrorism offences”: Israel
AUSTRAC accepts enforceable undertaking from Cash Converters
AUSTRAC cements partnership with United Kingdom to intensify fight against financial crime
UN experts call for independent investigation into possible international crimes committed by Government forces and “Wagner group”: Mali
Divisive post-conflict politics and a failure to address conflict drivers must be addressed to prevent violent extremism and terrorism, says UN expert:…
Wilful damage charges after offensive material complaints
UN human rights and counter-terrorism expert launches official visit: Bosnia and Herzegovina
2022 Wrap: AFP prevents over $8 billion in drug harm
Assistant Secretary-General Brands Kehris on human rights and counter-terrorism
FATF updates on global ML/TF risk 19 December
Govt Accepts LynnMall Terror Attack Review Findings
Four new magistrates for local court
AUSTRAC commences Federal Court proceedings against SkyCity Adelaide
AUSTRAC commences proceedings in Federal Court against Star Entertainment Group entities
National terrorism threat level
Two Victorians charged for using defrauding technology to scam Australians
AUSTRAC accepts enforceable undertaking from ING
UN experts: Humanitarian exemptions in unilateral sanctions regimes ineffective and inefficient
UN experts demand immediate release of Kashmiri activist Khurram Parvez: One year in detention
Strengthening Australia’s relationship with Philippines
UN experts condemn attacks against human rights defender Issa Amro and Palestinian civil society
AFP strengthening ties across Central Asia