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8 August 2020

Further to the Senate submission made by Human Rights For All in June challenging the proposed classification of phones as contraband in immigration detention, our submission has been included in the list published on the Parliament House website.  You can read the submission and Serco's response here.

9 June 2020


On June 9, 2020, Human Rights for All made a Senate submission challenging the proposed classification of phones as contraband in immigration detention facilities. We encourage you to do the same before the closing date of June 11. Click below to submit:

18 March 2020


HR4A submission provides alternatives to loss of freedom for refugees and the stateless.

20 November 2019

Human Rights For All were fortunate to receive a Capacity Grant from Uniting's Innovative Community Grants fund recently, which has enabled us to invest in some additional laptops and equipment.  This assists us in our work by providing extra resources to our staff and paralegals, which gives us extended capacity to provide legal services to vulnerable asylum seekers and refugees in detention.  HR4A would like to thank Uniting ICGF very much for this grant, and also our ongoing supporters at Gordon Pymble Uniting Church for everything that they have done and continue to do to assist us in our work.


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