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Australian Competition & Consumer Commission The ACCC promotes competition and fair trade in the market place to benefit consumers, businesses and the community. It also regulates national infrastructure services. Its primary responsibility is to ensure that individuals and businesses comply with the Commonwealth competition, fair trading and consumer protection laws. http://www.accc.gov.au/content/index.phtml/itemId/142 Level 35, The Tower
360 Elizabeth Street
Melbourne Central
Melbourne Vic 3000
GPO Box 520
Melbourne Vic 3001 (03) 9290 1800 (03) 9663 3699
Electronic Frontiers Australia Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) is a non-profit national organisation representing internet users concerned with online rights and freedoms. EFA was established in 1994, is independent of government and commerce, and is funded by membership subscriptions and donations from individuals and organisations with an altruistic interest in promoting online civil liberties. http://www.efa.org.au/ (02) 9011 1088 (02) 8002 4009 [email protected]
Jesuit Social Services Jesuit Social Services works to build a just society where all people can live to their full potential – by partnering with community to support those most in need and working to change policies, practices, ideas and values that perpetuate inequality, prejudice and exclusion. htttp://www.jss.org.au/ P.O. Box 271
Richmond 3121 (03) 9427 7388 (03) 9427 1819 [email protected]
Liberty Victoria Liberty Victoria, is an independent non-government organisation committed to the defence and extension of human rights and civil liberties. It seeks to promote Australia’s compliance with the major human rights instruments set out in international law.
Liberty conducts community education about the importance of civil liberties and human rights. Liberty’s work involves liaison with government, police and regulatory authorities to prevent erosion of rights and freedoms or to enhance their protection. This includes making submissions, conducting law reform campaigns and meeting with members of parliament. http://www.libertyvictoria.org.au/ GPO Box 3161
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3001 (03) 9670 6422 [email protected] note:     Liberty Victoria does not provide legal advice.
Victorian Gay & Lesbian Rights Lobby The VGLRL is a lobby group which aims to achieve equality and social justice for lesbians and gay men. They do this by working with the media, undertaking and supporting research and lobbying politicians directly. Their website features detailed, searchable information about areas such as anti-discrimination law, health, inheritance, property division, death compensation and State superannuation for GLBTI people in Victoria. http://www.vglrl.org.au/ P.O. Box 21305
Little Lonsdale Street
Victoria, 8011 0417 484 438
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