Anti-Terror Laws: ASIO, The Police and You Third Edition
Saturday, 12 July 2008
This series of booklets answers people's general questions about the anti-terrorism laws that have been introduced in Australia since 2001, including the terrorism offences, the extended powers and functions of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) and the Australian Federal Police (AFP), as well as information on control orders, preventative detention, and the sedition offences.
It is available in four languages: English, Arabic, Indonesian (Bahasa) and Urdu, and it is available in PDF for easy printing and screen viewing. You can download a PDF reader here. For accessibility, it is also available as HTML.
The booklets will be distributed at no cost at the launch, or you are welcome to place an order for the booklets to be posted to you by completing the Order Form and faxing it to (02) 9708 0008 or emailing it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This project would not have been possible without the generous funding support of the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, the UTS Law Faculty and UTS Students Association. However, the costs of producing the publications have exceeded the funding provided, and donations to cover the additional costs of the project would be appreciated. This would also enable AMCRAN to continue our work in relation to civil rights issues affecting Muslims today.