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1Mr Grant Mistler (PDF 54 KB) 
2Dr Paul Taylor (PDF 69 KB) 
3Professor Kim Rubenstein (PDF 262 KB) 
4Science Party (PDF 146 KB) 
5Dr Sangeetha Pillai, Professor George Williams AO (PDF 156 KB) 
6Castan Centre for Human Rights Law (PDF 567 KB) 
7Australian Human Rights Commission (PDF 377 KB) 
7.1 Supplementary to submission 7 (PDF 418 KB) 
8Immigration Advice and Rights Centre (PDF 391 KB) 
9Dr Rayner Thwaites (PDF 252 KB) 
9.1 Supplementary to submission 9 (PDF 111 KB) 
10Australian Centre for International Justice (PDF 127 KB) 
10.1 Supplementary to submission 10 (PDF 99 KB) 
11Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (PDF 114 KB) 
12United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees  (PDF 192 KB) 
13Prosecute; don't perpetrate (PDF 300 KB) 
13.1 Supplementary to submission 13 (PDF 362 KB) 
14Liberty Victoria (Victorian Council for Civil Liberties Inc) (PDF 137 KB) 
15Dr John Coyne and Dr Isaac Kfir, Australian Strategic Policy Institute (PDF 174 KB) 
16Department of Home Affairs (PDF 396 KB) 
16.1 Supplementary to submission 16 (PDF 1087 KB) 
16.2 Supplementary to submission 16 (PDF 35 KB) 
16.3 Supplementary to submission 16 (PDF 223 KB) 
17Australian Federal Police (PDF 1400 KB) 
18Law Council of Australia (PDF 569 KB) 
18.1 Supplementary to submission 18 (PDF 128 KB) 
18.2 Supplementary to submission 18 (PDF 266 KB) 
19Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness (PDF 2272 KB) 
20Federation of Ethnic Communities' Councils of Australia (FECCA) (PDF 343 KB) 

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About this inquiry

The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security has commenced a review of the Australian Citizenship Amendment (Citizenship Cessation) Bill 2019. The Bill amends the citizenship cessation provisions in the Australian Citizenship Act 2007. The review was referred to the Committee by the Hon Peter Dutton MP, Minister for Home Affairs.
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Past Public Hearings

18 Oct 2019:

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Inquiry Status

Submissions Closed

How to make a submission

The committee invites individuals and organisations to send in their opinions and proposals in writing (submissions)

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