MEAA Submissions

Latest submissions from MEAA


Australia’s Right To Know submission to the Senate inquiry into press freedom – 190903

Australia's Right To Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) joint submission to the Senate Environment and Communications Committee inquiry into press freedom - 190903 "As the Committee is aware, ARTK has also made a submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) ...
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ARTK letter to the SA Attorney-General re removal of publication restrictions pertaining to sexual offence cases

The Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) letter to the South Australian Attorney-General regarding the removal of the automatic publication restrictions pertaining to sexual offence cases currently prescribed by section 71A of the Evidence Act 1929 (SA) ...
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ARTK letter to the Attorney-General re defamation issues

The Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) letter to the Commonwealth Attorney-General regarding defamation law issues that arise specifically within the Federal jurisdiction ...
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Australia’s Right to Know submission to the Northern Territory Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Framework

The Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) submission to the to the Northern Territory Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Framework. Submitted 190819 ...
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Australia’s Right to Know submission to the Senate inquiry into the Criminal Code Amendment (Agricultural Protection) Bill

The Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) submission to the Senate Legal & Constitutional Affairs Committee inquiry into the Criminal Code Amendment (Agricultural Protection) Bill 2019 ...
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