Topic "Legal Issues" in Auslan - total 8 documentsTitle: About the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission
Summary: Australia likes to see itself as a fair country. Unfortunately, sometimes people are treated unfairly because of what they look like, where they come from or what they believe. In Victoria there are laws to protect people from unfair behaviour and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission helps people who have been treated unfairly. Find out about your rights and how we can help you.
Title: Can I get legal aid? (Video)
Summary: Do you have questions about grants of legal aid? Watch our new animated video to find out more.
Title: Dispute settlement - can't I just take my neighbour to court?
Summary: In this video from the Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria, learn about the pros and cons of taking a neighbour to court and alternatives that often turn out cheaper and simpler. Visit disputes.vic.gov.au/reachingagreement for more in this series.
Title: Dispute settlement - is there a third party or someone else who can help sort the problem out for me?
Summary: In some situations it might be a good idea to get a third party involved to help reach an agreement. In this video from the Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria, learn how getting a neutral party to help sort the problem out might work for you. Visit disputes.vic.gov.au/reachingagreement for more in this series.
Title: Introduction to criminal cases (video)
Summary: The Children’s Court of Victoria has developed the mock hearing in this video to provide information to young people who have been charged with a criminal offence. The mock hearing does not represent what will happen in every criminal case but will help you to understand what happens in the Children’s Court.
Title: Introduction to intervention order case (video)
Summary: The Children’s Court of Victoria has developed the mock hearing in this video to inform those involved in intervention order cases about court processes. The mock hearing does not represent what happens in every case and is not a substitute for legal advice. An intervention order may be made in the Children’s Court where either party (affected family member/affected person or respondent) is a child i.e. a person under the age of 18 years. The video shows a “contested” case.
Title: Talking together (video with English subtitles)
Summary: This video contains consumer rights information including scamming, signing a contract, making a complaint and service hire. It has been co-designed with the community
Title: Your rights (video)
Summary: A video about your rights.
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