ADD - Attention Deficit Disorder. Information and Legal Actions

ADHD - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Information and Legal Actions

Asset recovery - Seizing assets from corrupt officials. UN Convention Against Corruption Dec 2006

Avoiding HealthQuest or similar government doctors' 'assessments' - Reference

Bias: Test for bias as per case Sun v Minister for immigration and Ethnic Affairs (1997) 81 FCR 71

Bullying - What is Bullying, Affects, Actions, Symptoms

Certificate - Definition (Ref: Macquarie Dictionary)

Certify - Definition (Ref: Macquarie Dictionary)

Challenging Jurisdiction for the Right to Trial By Jury - Reference

Civil society (e.g. WBDE) to assist fight corruption. UN Convention Against Corruption Dec 2006

Codes Of Conduct

Australian Public Servants

Barristers and Lawyers Excerpt

Dept Education and Training 2004 Excerpt

Excerpt from John Howard 1996

Excerpt from Kevin Rudd 2008

NSW Ministerial

Consent to medical process requirement – Doctors MUST obtain a valid consent BEFORE conducting a medical process on a patient.

Corrupt Conduct - Definition from Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Act

Corruption in Government - Gender dynamism. Excerpts from "Are Women Really the 'Fairer' Sex? Corruption and Women in Government.

Corruption - Excerpts from United Nations Convention Against Corruption

Corruption - Prevention - Excerpt from United Nations Convention Against Corruption

Corruption - Criminalization- Excerpt from United Nations Convention Against Corruption

Corruption - International cooperation - Excerpts from United Nations Convention Against Corruption

Corruption - Asset recovery from corrupt officials - Excerpts from United Nations Convention against Corruption

Corruption - Combating Corruption: States(including Australia) to work with non-government and community based organisations - Excerpts from United Nations Convention Against Corruption

Corruption Resistance - DIY Guide rom ICAC - PDF 122k

Corruption - UN Convention Against Corruption - Aust Parliament Joint Standing C'tee Report UNCAC 11 May 2005

Corruption - UN Convention Against Corruption - Aust Parliament Joint Standing C'tee Report UNCAC 17 Aug 2005 - Aust ratifies UNCAC on 7 December 2005

Corruption - UN Convention Against Corruption - Complete PDF document

Corruption - UN Convention Against Corruption 14 December 2006 Civil Society Statement. Full Document. Excerpt confirms Australia committed to now protect its whistleblowers

Corruption - UN Convention Against Corruption - 2006 Civil Society Statement - Full Document

Court Judgement - Irregular - Reference

Court may set its own Order - Reference

Court may correct itself - Reference

Crimes Act: Concealing Indictable Offence Excerpt

Crimes Act 1900 Excerpts - Excerpts

Crimes Act 1900 - Aiding and Abetting Excerpt

Crimes Act 1900 Excerpts re unlawfully changing computer data - Excerpts

Detriment - Definition (Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Disability Discrimination Case: David Loscialpo v New South Wales Police Service

Employment - Public Sector - Statistics by NSW PSA

Estop - Definition (Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Estoppel - Definition (Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Estoppel by judgment see Definition

ex debito justitiae - definition and cases

Forced Psychiatric Appointments by Employer - Considerations for an Employee

Fraud Control in Australian Agencies - Guidelines by Attorney-General Remedies. Financial and other penalties.

Freedom of Information. Transparency - Public's Right to KnowUN Convention Against Corruption Dec 2006

Functus Officio - Definition and Notes

Harm - Definition

HealthQuest - Avoiding unwanted 'assessment'

HealthQuest Financial Report 2006 - Funding and Expenditure - Audit Office

HealthQuest processes - "flawed" - Gov and Related Employees Appeals Tribunal (GREAT) Report

ICAC - Commencement and Funding

Irregular Judgement - Reference

Jobs, Productivity and Fairness – Ministerial Statement by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd 2009

Ministerial Code of Conduct. - Excerpt from John Howard 1996

Misrepresentation - Reference(Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Model Leadership Code - 22nd Australasian and Pacific Regional Ombudsman Conference - Reference

National Treaties Implementation - Council of Australian Governments (COAG) - Reference

"No Court to Lend Aid to an Action Founded on an Immoral or Illegal Act" - Excerpt from Beattie v Reid [2002] NSWSC 1088 case

Privacy Principles Excerpts - Reference

Procedural Fairness - granted and accorded to paedophile DZ by Crown Solicitors and DoCS. Ref: Wood Royal Commission 1997

Procedural Fairness and Natural Justice

References and Notes
Concepts
granted and accorded to paedophile DZ by Crown Solicitors and DoCS. Ref: Wood Royal Commission 1997
Reference. Case Dixon v Cwth

Psychiatric 'Assessments' - Avoiding government 'assessors' e.g. HealthQuest, Comcare

Psychiatric Examination of Employees - Court Case challenging an employer's right to force employee to submit. Bliss v South East Thames Regional Authority

Psychiatric Labelling - ADD (“Attention Deficit Disorder” ) Information and Legal Actions

Psychiatric Labelling - ADHD (“Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder”) Information and Legal Actions

Psychiatry – Political – References to processes in Germany, Soviet Russia, China, Australia - Reference

Public's Right to Question the Judiciary - Reference and notes

Recommendation - Definition (Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Reliance - Definition (Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Res judicata - Definition (Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Res judicata pro veritate accipitur - Definition (Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Retirement - Definition

Retirement (forced) of Public Sector Employees - HealthQuest's Guidelines 23/3/07

Salaries and Allowances

- Full-Time Office Holders 1 October 2009 Federal

- Public Office Holders 1 October 2007 NSW

- Prime Minister, NSW Premier, Members of Parliament etc 30 October 2009 Federal Office Holders

Stasiland - Excerpt from "Stasiland" by Anne Funder

Sub Judice Convention

Termination - Definition (Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Threat - Definition (Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Torture – United Nations Convention Against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment of Punishment

 

Trial by Jury - research by John Wilson

Trial By Jury Right - Challenging Jurisdiction

United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) - Complete Treaty Preamble and Provisions, Preventative Measures, Criminalization and law enforcement, International Co-operation, Asset Recovery, etc

United Nations Convention Against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment of Punishment

Victimise - Definition

The words "victim" and "victimise" are defined in the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary (Vol 2) as:

Victim

1. A living creature killed and offered as a sacrifice to some deity or supernatural power.

2. A person who is put to death or subjected to torture by another; one who suffers severely in body or property through cruel or oppressive treatment.

One who is reduced or destined to suffer under some oppressive or destructive agency.

One who perishes or suffers in health, etc from some enterprise or pursuit voluntarily undertaken.

In weaker sense: one who suffers some injury, hardship, or loss, is badly treated or taken advantage of, or the like.

Victimise

1. To make a victim of; to cause to suffer discomfort, inconvenience, etc; to cheat, swindle, or defraud.

2. To put to death as, or in the manner of, a sacrificial victim; to slaughter.

Victimisation - Definition

Vitiate - Definition

To invalidate or make legally defective. For example, a decision made contrary to natural justice is vitiated until it is declared void by a competent body or court: Calvin v Carr [1979] 1 NSWLR 1; (1979) 22 ALR 417

(Ref: Butterworths Concise Australian Legal Dictionary)

Whistleblower - Definition

Whistleblowing in the Public Sector. Report by Griffith University

When an employee has raised concerns over corruption, mismanagement, waste, or practices involving health and safety risk occurring with an organisation, or other such matters, and employer reacts adversely towards the employee because s/he raised those concerns, the targeted employee is referred to as a "whistleblower". Such an unscrupulous employer is referred to as a bully or victimiser. Labelling unscrupulous or corrupt employers is desirable to distinguish between these and ethical employers.

Whistleblower protection - Australia must now protect whistleblowers.UN Convention Against Corruption Dec 2006

Wood Royal Commission - Extract re DoCS and Crown Solicitors granting procedural fairness to paedophile DZ

Zersetsung

Excerpt from "Stasiland" by Anne Funder