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1. Fines Seminar for Workers
CLC/Agency: Peninsula Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Andrea Staunton
Jurisdiction: VIC
Date Added: 30-05-2016

An overview of the Victorian infringements system, including tips and traps when helping clients.

2. Rights on Show 2016
CLC/Agency: Darwin Community Legal Service
Contact Person: Saskia Strange
Jurisdiction: NT
Date Added: 01-04-2016

Darwin Community Legal Service's 22nd human rights art award and exhibition will be held at the Darwin Supreme Court.

PDF 3. Powers of Attorney: what health professionals need to know
CLC/Agency: Gippsland Community Legal Service
Contact Person: Bruce Mapperson
Jurisdiction: VIC
Date Added: 14-01-2016

Workshop for health professionals on the different types of powers of attorney; medical, enduring, non enduring, supportive - what do they mean? Can a PoA be changed, can you change your mind? When they can be used? How to make a PoA What is capacity?

4. Introduction to the Legal System
CLC/Agency: Central Highlands Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Jessica Frost-Camilleri
Jurisdiction: VIC
Date Added: 12-01-2016

Brief introduction to the law, designed for VCAL students. The presentation was created after a request from the local TAFE provider to provide a basic overview of the legal system.

5. Workplace Rights for Teens
CLC/Agency: Mackay Regional Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Simone Butschle
Jurisdiction: QLD Commonwealth
Date Added: 31-08-2015

This project aims to inform senior high school students about their rights, entitlements and responsibilities at work. The project was delivered by a solicitor from the Mackay Regional Community Legal Centre (MRCLC) at high schools in the Mackay, Whitsunday and Isaac Regional areas.

The students were informed about modern awards, the National Employment Standards (NES), the duties and obligations owed to an employer, pay, finishing up or termination of employment, unfair dismissal, harassment, discrimination, workplace bullying and where to get assistance.

6. Responsible Partying
CLC/Agency: Youth Advocacy Centre
Contact Person: Katrina Jefferson
Jurisdiction: QLD
Date Added: 18-06-2015

The project is a creative youth participation project designed to inform, educate and encourage young people concerning the societal impacts of their behaviour in organising or attending parties.

By educating young people about the potential legal consequences for them individually, including criminal charges, the project will increase young people’s skills in positive decision making.

In YAC's experience of working with young people for over 30 years, education is a valuable tool in supporting young people to have positive police interactions. If young people understand their obligations and responsibilities when ‘partying’ as well as the extent of police powers, then they are less likely to both ...

7. Sex, young people and the law
CLC/Agency: Victoria Legal Aid
Contact Person: Kenton Molloy
Jurisdiction: VIC
Date Added: 04-06-2015

This is a legal education kit for educators to assist young people to understand their legal rights and responsibilities and make informed decisions about sex and relationships.

The program covers the following topics:

  • Age of consent 
  • Consent 
  • Cyberbullying 
  • Sexting 

The program was developed by Victoria Legal Aid and the Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre.

8. Wills Lingo Bingo
CLC/Agency: Peninsula Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Andrea Staunton
Jurisdiction: VIC
Date Added: 18-05-2015

Building on the 'Legal Lingo Bingo' concept devised by Eastern CLC, this is an adaptation for lifetime planning issues like wills, estates, organ donation and 'living wills'.

Players have bingo cards with squares labelled 'estates', 'intestacy', 'executors, etc.

The presentation is supported by a PowerPoint with in-built buttons to easily navigate between the Bingo 'board' and each square / topic.

This has been delivered as part of forums on elder abuse, powers of attorney and wills (in collaboration with Seniors Rights Victoria and local governments).

The PowerPoint presentation and a sample Bingo card can be provided upon request, along with tips. Pl...

9. Renting
CLC/Agency: Hunter Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Bronwyn Ambrogetti
Jurisdiction: NSW
Date Added: 01-05-2015

Various resources available regarding:

  • Residential tenancy agreements, 
  • bonds and repairs for TAFE CALD advanced English students, 
  • plain English, power point with hand out summary, and 
  • examples of lease, bond form and condition report.

Please contact hunter_nsw@clc.net.au to obtain up-to-date copies of the resources available.

10. Safe Relationships Awareness Project
CLC/Agency: Inner City Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Julie Howes
Jurisdiction: NSW
Date Added: 12-12-2014

LGBTI people escaping domestic violence experience compounded disadvantage and marginalisation, social isolation, and multiple legal issues. They are some of the most vulnerable and at-risk people in the NSW.

This CLE project involved the presentation of CLE sessions and the development of training resources regarding how to identify unsafe relationships and working with vulnerable LGBTIQ clients experiencing and escaping DFV, to workers from mainstream and specialist community and government services.

The CLE sessions ran for three to four hours. The CLE sessions were held in locations where there are known LGBTIQ communities and with partner organisations ranging from DV services, health services, LGBTIQ organisations...

11. Smart Justice Project
CLC/Agency: Smart Justice (Federation of Community Legal Centres et al)
Contact Person: Michelle McDonnell
Jurisdiction: VIC
Date Added: 29-10-2014

The Smart Justice project promotes a safer community in Victoria through criminal justice policies that reduce crime, are based on evidence, and comply with human rights.

The project utilises fact sheets, a blog, submissions, social media and public events to promote public policy debate.

12. Tenants' Advocacy Training Queensland
CLC/Agency: Tenants Union of Queensland
Contact Person: Janet Dunn
Jurisdiction: QLD
Date Added: 05-08-2014

Tenants Queensland has developed a program of training opportunities for CLCs and other community services to raise awareness of tenancy law and dispute processes.

After the de-funding of the tenants advocacy and support network, many community workers are being confronted with challenges that require an understanding of the relevant law and stakeholder involvement including QCAT.

Options range from Webinar Hot Topics to accredited and individualised training sessions.

13. Rent Ready
CLC/Agency: Peninsula Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Saskia Weerheim
Jurisdiction: VIC
Date Added: 02-07-2014

Workshop for new renters - can be used as a stand alone workshop. Alternatively, it can be delivered as part of an integrated presentation with other service providers. In our case, we presented with housing and youth agencies as well as Centrelink. Workshop covers:

  • looking for a place
  • moving in
  • surviving and moving out.
14. Street Laws
CLC/Agency: Central Highlands Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Lisa Buckland
Jurisdiction: VIC
Date Added: 14-05-2014

A presentation for young people on relevant street laws. Topics covered: Police Powers, PSO's, Graffiti and Weapons

15. Helping the Helpers
CLC/Agency: Redfern Legal Centre
Contact Person: Nick Manning
Jurisdiction: NSW
Date Added: 11-04-2014

A series of short training sessions for community workers delivered as both face-to-face workshops and as webinars.

16. Post seperation parenting under Family Law
CLC/Agency: Central Coast Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Bronwyn Ambrogetti
Jurisdiction: Commonwealth
Date Added: 11-04-2014

An overview of the Family Law Act in relation to post separation parenting.

17. Family Law, FDR and Family Violence
CLC/Agency: Central Coast Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Bronwyn Ambrogetti
Jurisdiction: Commonwealth
Date Added: 11-04-2014

An overview of where FDR may or may not be appropriate where there has been domestic violence.

18. Apprehended Violence Orders for NSW Housing tenants
CLC/Agency: Central Coast Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Bronwyn Ambrogetti
Jurisdiction: NSW
Date Added: 11-04-2014

A presentation for NSW housing tenants regarding disputes with neighbors, Apprehended Violence Orders, and noise disputes.

19. Fines
CLC/Agency: Central Coast Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Bronwyn Ambrogetti
Jurisdiction: NSW
Date Added: 11-04-2014

Information for young people regarding fines and the consequences of not paying.

20. Sexually transmitted debt
CLC/Agency: Central Coast Community Legal Centre
Contact Person: Bronwyn Ambrogetti
Jurisdiction: NSW
Date Added: 11-04-2014

Information for young people about debt that is transmitted through relationships and how to avoid sexually transmitted debt.

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