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Submission to the United Nations Committee Against Torture - 7th November 2014

Click HERE to read an article from The ABC  (published 9th October 2014) about Executive Officer, Leonie Sheedy and Senior Counsellor, Natalie Wallace going to Geneva, Switzerland to present CLAN's submission to the CAT - Committee Against Torture on the 7th November 2014.  Click HERE to view CLAN's submission to the United Nations Committee Against Torture

Clich HERE to read CLAN's Submission to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child

 

Leonie Sheedy with Australian Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Gary Quinlan handing over CLAN's submission on the United Nations Committee Against Torture

CLAN's Executive Officer Leonie Sheedy travelled to New York and hand delivered CLAN’s submission on the United Nations Committee Against Torture to the Australian Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Gary Quinlan on Friday 10th August at 3:30pm (New York time). CLAN’s submission will also be sent to Geneva to the United Nations Committee Against Torture.

Click HERE to view CLAN's Media Release about the handing of this submission

Click HERE to view CLAN's submission to the United Nations Committee Against Torture

Click HERE to read an article from The Age (6/8) about CLAN taking its submission on the United Nations Committee against Torture to New York to the Australian Ambassador and Representative to the United Nations - Gary Quinlan. Updated 6th August 2012

Click HERE to listen to an interview from ABC Radio Ballarat (6/8) where CLAN will take the case of abuse of children in Homes to the United Nations.- Updated 7th August 2012

Click HERE to read an article from the Albany Enterprise (29/8) about CLAN committee member Geoff and his search for his family history in Albany, USA -Updated 19th September 2012

Click HERE to read an article from the Owatonna People's Press (26/8) about Leonie visiting the Minnesota State Public School for Dependent and Neglected Children Museum. This story made the front page of the paper and there will be a report about this visit in the next newsletter - Updated 10th October 2012