Today's Committee work

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Law Council of Australia and Phillip Boulten, member of the National Criminal Law Committee.

23 Apr 2014

The Telecommunications Act 1979 inquiry continues into the second day with the Law Council of Australia and Phillip Boulten, member of the National Criminal Law Committee.

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Last Week's Committee work

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Inquiry into Australia Telecommunications Act 1979 Part Two

22 Apr 2014

Scott questions representatives of the Australian Crime Commission about information gathering by law enforcement agencies.

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Inquiry into Australia's Telecommunications Act 1979

22 Apr 2014

Scott's inquiry into Australia's Telecommunications Act 1979 got underway today kicking off the Department of Attorney General.

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Recent Committee work

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TAKE ACTION NOW & MAKE A SUBMISSION

14 Mar 2014

On 5 March 2014, Greens Senator Whish-Wilson introduced the Trade and Foreign Investment (Protecting the Public Interest) Act 2014 into the Senate. The purpose of the Bill is to protect Australian laws by banning Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provisions and it has been referred to the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Legislation committee for inquiry.

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Senate Inquiry: The administration, management and objective of Australia's overseas development programs in Afghanistan in the context of the 'Transition Decade'

16 May 2013

 

Senate Inquiry: The administration, management and objective of Australia's overseas development programs in Afghanistan in the context of the 'Transition Decade'

Additional Comments - Overseas aid spokesperson Senator Lee Rhiannon for the Australian Greens

 

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Senator Wright speaks on the tabling of teaching and learning report.

14 May 2013

Senator Wright speaks on the tabling of report of the Senate References Committee for Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Teaching and learning—maximising our investment in Australian schools.

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