News & Events

RLC's inaugural Impact Report and Annual Report 2020-21
21 December 2021 RLC is proud to present our 2020-21 Impact Report and Annual Report.
Welcome Back! RLC's guide for returning NSW international students
13 December 2021 Redfern Legal Centre has published  a Welcome Back guide to support the return of NSW's international students.
Were you searched by police at Splendour in the Grass?
16 November 2021 Redfern Legal Centre and Slater and Gordon Lawyers have announced a class action investigation into unlawful police searches at Splendour in the Grass music festival.
Joint submission: Life Insurance Code final round of consultation
5 October 2021 Financial Rights Legal Centre, Consumer Action Law Centre and Redfern Legal Centre have made a joint submission to the final round of consultation on the review of the Life Insurance Code of Practice (Life Insurance Code).
Pilot plan to return international students
24 September 2021 A pilot plan that will see the phased return of fully vaccinated international students to NSW has been given the green light by the Commonwealth Government, with the first flight touching down by the end of the year.
CESPHN Vax at Home program
17 September 2021 A new COVID-19 vaccination program is being offered to residents across Sydney Local Health District and South Eastern Local Health District, providing free vaccinations for people who are housebound.
Short-term moratorium on evictions extended to 11 November 2021, with a transition period ending on 12 February 2022
9 September 2021 The temporary stop on evictions for COVID-impacted renters in NSW who have lost significant income and cannot pay rent in full has been extended, with some exceptions.
RLC calls for unlawfully issued COVID-19 fines to be revoked
25 August 2021 RLC is calling on the NSW Government to revoke all COVID-19 fines that have been wrongfully issued by NSW Police to people undertaking lawful recreation.
We need a public health response based on trust and communication — not punishment, force and fear: Communality Legal Centres NSW statement on the Greater Sydney lockdown
5 August 2021 To stop the spread of COVID-19 across Greater Sydney and New South Wales we need clear, culturally appropriate communication, strong economic, health and social supports, and community relationships based on trust, says Community Legal Centres NSW.