Flemington & Kensington Community Legal Centre
The Flemington and Kensington Community Legal Centre (FKCLC) in conjunction with the Victoria Law Foundation (VLF) have developed a range of fact sheets aimed at public housing tenants. These 7 fact sheets have been specifically developed to assist public housing tenantís deal with common public tenancy problems. They are available in English, Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese.
Please refer to:Public Housing.
Your Rights~ Police Powers (2006)
Ajoint publication with Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) and Flemington & Kensington Community Legal Centre.To order copies, contact Victoria Legal Aid publications unit (9269 0234) or visit the VLA website. Where you can obtain free copies of their publications via their online order form.
The following publications are only available via our lending library. Contact Publications staff member for details.
Busted: Breaking In and Breaking Through (2005)
This video follows a charge of breaking and entering and the legal ramifications that follow. Students from Kensington Community School developed the idea for the video. They acted in the video and participated in the editing and filming of the video. The CD Rom is available on loan for community groups or schools for education sessions.
Right Off: The attack on Human Rights in Australia (2002)
Copies available via the Federation of Community Legal Centres Human Rights Working Group.
Livin on the High Rise (2000)*
An action research project conducted by VUT students and Flemington & Kensington Community Legal Centre targeting the Kensington High Rise.
Issues facing the Horn of Africa Communities (1995)*
An action research project investigating the legal needs of Horn of Africa communities living on the Flemington High Rise estate and in the surrounding suburbs of Flemington and Kensington.
Listen to Me! (1993)*
An education kit for young people and police. A joint initiative from the communities of Flemington and Kensington and Victoria Police.
Police Shootings in Victoria 1987-1989 (1992)*
This book published by Fitzroy Legal Service recounts the stories of four young men from the Flemington area shot dead by Victoria Police between 1987 and 1989.
* Also available at the State Library.