College of Law and Justice - University for Crime Prevention

A new Graduate Certificate in Crime Prevention will be one of the first qualifications of its kind to be offered in Australia, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government. Designed by Victoria University in partnership with the Department of Justice and Community Safety, the four-unit course will see studentsRead More →

VMC piece by David Davis

Cleaning up Labor’s corrupt grants processes Victoria’s broad multicultural community has strengthened our economy and social structure and the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC), a statutory authority established under the Baillieu government in 2011, provides advice to government on policies and programs that are relevant to multicultural communities.  Daniel Andrews andRead More →

Biloela Family - the government lets unite the family

It took a change of government to allow the family of Tamil asylum seekers – wife Priya, husband, Nades, and their Australian-born daughters Kopika, 6, and Tharnicaa, 4 to finally feel at home in Australia. They were held in detention for more than four years including the traumatic medical evacuationRead More →

Tamil Refugee, victim of an alleged deliberate hit and run attack in Nauru

Melbourne, February 15: A 36 year-old Tamil refugee, who was the victim of an alleged deliberate hit and run attack, was transferred by air ambulance to Australia late on Friday, 12 February. The incident which caused serious injuries – reportedly fractures to the back, shoulder, leg, hand and hip ofRead More →

Why Barry O'Farrell's meeting with the RSS chief was not wrong

When Australian High Commissioner to India Barry O’Farrell met the chief of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Mohan Bhagwat, last month, he tweeted that RSS had been actively supporting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The @RSSorg has been actively supporting the community during COVID19. I met with Sarsanghchalak Dr Mohan Bhagwat whoRead More →