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Who decides what will happen to your body when you die? This video looks at why funeral instructions are important, what the law says, and how it could change.
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Human rights and family violence forum - book now
Professor Gillian Triggs, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission, is speaking at a forum on human rights and family violence in Melbourne on 4 March at 1.30. Co-presenter is Dr Eric Kwa, Secretary General, Constitutional and Law Reform Commission of Papua New Guinea. Cost $90.
The Commission is hosting the Australasian Law Reform Agencies conference in Melbourne from 2-4 March 2016.