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Join us for the Report to Community

The ARC Justice Board of Directors invites you to our Annual Report to Community. We’ll share information about our work across regional Victoria in child protection, family violence, family law, tenancy and some key projects that commenced in 2018.The event will be held at 121 View Street, Bendigo on Wednesday 20 February 2019.RSVP by 15 […]

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CLC argues homeless woman’s financial hardship

Mary, not her real name, lives by the river. She doesn’t live in a luxury waterfront apartment. Or a retirement village. Or even a caravan park. Mary is 76 and she lives alone in her broken down car on the bank of the Goulburn River. She is homeless. And all Mary wants is to be […]

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Community Legal Centre helps ease farm eviction pain

Recently we were contacted by a client with a mental impairment who was worried that she and her parents were facing eviction from the family farm. A few years ago Becky* borrowed money from a bank to purchase her family’s farm. She also took out a large personal loan from another bank. When Becky fell behind in […]

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ARC 2013 Report to Community

The ADVOCACY AND RIGHTS CENTRE (Goulburn Valley CLC is a program of the Advocacy and Rights Centre) invites you to its 2013 Report to Community. Eviction in times of crisis Giving tenants a voice Listening to women’s experience of the law in family violence The Advocacy and Rights Centre’s 2013 Report to Community is an opportunity […]

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Tackling growing Methamphetamine use

In our experience, substance abuse often goes hand in hand with offences involving dishonesty and violence (sometimes including family violence) affecting the community today. This is why we recently made a submission to the Victorian Parliament’s Law Reform, Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee, which is inquiring into the supply and use of methamphetamines. Shepparton suffer high […]

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