Latest sanctions News

Equitable financial support urgently needed to combat COVID outbreak
Insurers hit TV and social on new Code of Practice
ICRC calls on States to ensure counter terrorism measure do not negatively impact humanitarian action
Statement by Group of Experts on Yemen on HRC rejection of resolution to renew their mandate
Covid tracing data must be protected by law nationally
Afghanistan’s imminent health system collapse will result in thousands more child deaths every month
Penalty imposed for taxi cartel conduct
One in Three Drivers Flout Phone Laws: Monash Research
Conviction for unlawful importation of cosmetic injectables following unpaid fines
Toyota updates remaining outstanding Takata airbags to critical
National Redress Scheme increases access for survivors
Australia must adopt Magnitsky-style laws targeting child rights abusers following bipartisan inquiry
Cautious support for Magnitsky-style legislation
Victorian Government refuses to waive COVID fines for young people
Australian Magnitsky-style law recommended
Call to check for deadly airbags before holidays
Victoria Supports New Sanctions For Redress Scheme
Arunta returns home after successful deployment
Banning Cruel Conversion Practices For Good
Aussie kids’ personal data unprotected, as harmful digital marketing increases
Aussie kids at risk as harmful digital marketing grows
With its strong enforcement record, United States confirms its leading role in fight against transnational
Odour in Brooklyn traced to its source
Greens update MP guidelines
Australia’s post COVID-19 economy recovery is vulnerable to impact of Australia’s Foreign Relations Bill 2020
Green Party backs calls by New Zealand charities to lift benefit by Christmas
Netherlands has increased foreign bribery enforcement but there are concerns about number of concluded cases
HMAS Arunta contributes to Operation ARGOS
Aged care blueprint demands urgent action
NZ announces a third P-3 deployment in support of UN sanctions
U.S. sanctions in Europe may hurt global energy industry
Students with disabilities face increasing barriers to education Royal Commission told
Government should consult on English language visa requirements
‘No jab, no pay’ raises catch-up vaccination rates
Conviction for unlawful advertising of sports supplements
Targeted Sanctions inquiry to hear from business and industry peak bodies
Report shows drug court reduces reoffending
Go8 Statement on Australian Foreign Relations Bill
Tax Practitioners Board launches new corporate plan 2020-21
Statement on Brisbane Broncos fines
Brisbane Broncos update
First step towards better consumer protection in tow truck industry in WA
Cornell launches public health campaign
Andrews has laws, so lets crack down on pandemic rule-breakers
Pershing sentenced for breaching client money obligations
Thomastown fire update
Government removes another punitive child policy from welfare system to put children first
Chinese fishing boats took half a billion dollars of illegal squid from North Korea. Scientists used satellites