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Title

Guys Gotta Know

Subtitle Legal Information for Young men
Abstract

A plain English, modern and relevant website for young Tasmanian men seeking information about issues relevant to them, both legal and non-legal.

CLC/Agency Women's Legal Service Tasmania
URL http://www.guysgottaknow.com.au
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Area of Law
  • Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
  • Accidents, compensation & insurance
  • Arrest, bail and going to court
  • Cars and driving
  • Children and young people
  • Consumers
  • Courts
  • Crime and offences
  • Debt and credit
  • Discrimination and human rights
  • Family law and relationships
  • Family or domestic violence
  • Going to court
  • Government
  • Health
  • Housing and land
  • Lawyers and the legal system
  • Neighbours
  • Police powers
  • Taxation and superannuation
  • Victims
  • Wills, estates and planning ahead
  • Work and employment
Audience
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • Children and young people
  • Community workers
  • Educational institution
  • Employees
  • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersex people
  • General public
  • Health service
  • Homeless people
  • Men
  • Parents
  • People experiencing a mental illness
  • People experiencing family or domestic violence
  • People from culturally or linguistically diverse backgrounds
  • People with a disability
  • People with a substance abuse problem
Jurisdiction
  • TAS
Method of Delivery
  • Website, social media or application
Project Type
  • Community Legal Education
Project uploaded to CLEAR 19th May 2016
Contact Person Kim Woolley
Contact Position Project Manager
Contact Email kim@womenslegaltas.org.au
Contact Phone 0362319466
Production/Delivery Date 05/02/2016
Evaluation No
Notes

As this project has exceeded its review date it is recommended that the author/auspicing agency be contacted to confirm the currency of the information provided. 

Sponsor / Partner Agencies

Tasmanian Community Fund

Review Date 19th May 2017

Disclaimer: Laws and policies are often changing. We encourage you to check the currency of any laws or policies referenced in the above CLEAR project.

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