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“Time and again I have witnessed firsthand the selfless work of FKCLC and its
lawyers and staff in support of disempowered people who have had their legal
rights ignored and abused by various policing authorities. In holding the police
accountable for their actions, FKCLC always does so in an objective, respectful
and just way, upholding the finest traditions of the legal profession.”
Peter Seidel, Partner, Arnold Bloch Leibler, Public Interest Law
Adjunct Professor of Law, School of Law, La Trobe University
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Awards and recognition
In 2006 we received the Tim McCoy Award for our work on behalf of the victims of human rights abuses by police.
In 2009, the Police Accountability Project was awarded an AMES certificate of excellence for its work with refugee youth.
In 2013 we were awarded Best Service Provider by the Victorian African Community Awards.
In 2014 Australian Lawyers Alliance’s highly regarded Victorian Civil Justice Award was awarded to the Flemington and Kensington Community Legal Centre, in recognition of our work representing Corinna Horvath all the way to the United Nations.
In November 2014 we again received the Tim McCoy Award for our work representing Corinna Horvath and our race discrimination work.
Daniel Haile-Michael and Maki Issa, lead applicants in the race discrimination case received the Ben Bodna Award in September 2014 and were jointly awarded the prestigious Youth Human Rights Medal 2014 by the Australian Human Rights Commission.