To all people interested in hemp foods:- As many of you would be aware Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) are currently considering our A1039 application to have hemp foods licensed as a human food.
( full story … Application to have hemp foods licensed )
It is a solid and immovable fact that a policeman will one day want to arrest you. You might think that you know them. You may have nodded to them on occasion. You may even have had a pleasant discussion about any number of trivial and entertaining matters. But one day, down the back of Museum, or in a dark car-park, the same person will suddenly become a copper!
( full story … JAG chat sheet 1-2011 )
We, as Australians, condemn calls for violence, including assassination, against Australian citizen, Julian Assange, or for him to be labeled a terrorist, enemy combatant or be treated outside the ordinary course of justice in any way.
( full story … Get Up for Assange )
The CLOG Team is taking advice from practicing legal practitioners, legal scholars, academics, and activists, on the statutes that are applicable to police behaviour at the event (LEPRA, Summary Offences, Drugs Misuse and Trafficking, Crimes, &c). According to this advice and relating to the reports of actual incidents at past events this these guidelines have been drawn up. The CLOG team will employ Prudential Observation methods at this years MardiGrass. 2010
( full story … CLOG 2010 Report )
CLOG ☼ 2010 NEWSLETTER VOL3. containing 1. CLOG ☼ 2010 RULES OF ENGAGEMENT: Part 1. 2. CLOG ☼ 2010 GUIDE TO [not] GETTING BUSTED at MardiGrass. by James (Jim) Moylan, LEXUS Secretary. The Civil Liberties Observer Group for the MardiGrass of 2010 is a joint community action being hosted by the LEXUS Union of Students of Southern Cross University on behalf of and in partnership with the Nimbin Justice Action Group, the MardiGrass Organising Body, and the Hemp Embassy of Nimbin: towards assisting in the non-violent realisation of peace and harmony via organised and informed prudential observation. all violence is counter-productive informed observers make better coppers better coppers make fewer arrests CLOG ☼ 2010 RULES OF ENGAGEMENT: Part 1.
( full story … CLOG-2010-Volume-3 )
Hello to all CLOG ☼ 2010 participants, THE FIRST CLOG MEETING WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY THE 24th OF APRIL AT MIDDAY at 11 Pine St North Lismore. There will be a training session and a discussion about the Rules of Engagement that will be employed during the event. We might even have our tee shirts ready to go! We have a CLOG HQ!
( full story … CLOG TWO )
The Nimbin Justice Action BBQs are all about exotic sausages and chicken kebabs sizzling alongside onion rings and chops. But with added bite-sized chunks of legal information with one simple down-to-earth message for each Saturday morning BBQ. 2010 MardiGrass Saturday May 1st 11.00 am – JAG BBQ Justice Action Group – Legal Advice and Theatre. If you have a history of interaction with the police, this is the event for you!
( full story … Justice Action Group )
The Civil Liberties Observer Group for the Mardis-Grass of 2010 is a joint community action being hosted by the LEXUS Union of Students of Southern Cross University on behalf of and in partnership with the Nimbin Justice Action Group, the Mardis-Grass Organising Committee, and the Hemp Embassy of Nimbin: towards assisting in the non-violent realisation of peace and harmony via organised and informed prudential observation All violence is counter-productive Informed observers make better coppers Better coppers make fewer arrests Hello to all CLOG ☼ 2010 participants,
( full story … Civil Liberties Observer Group )
Douglas Husak combines hard fact and rigorous moral reasoning in his well-argued analysis of the drug law debate in his book, ‘Legalize This! The case for decriminalising drugs.’ We have summarised his arguments – without offering our own view – to help the reader decide how they feel about the central question of the justice of drug laws.
( full story … The forgotten war! )