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Reports and similar documents

Footnotes

1 Telstra Corporation, Telstra Annual Report 2020 (Report, 2020) 8.

2 Australian Human Rights Commission, Management of COVID-19 Risks in Immigration Detention (Review, June 2021).

3 Tess Lea et al, Sustainable Indigenous Housing in Regional and Remote Australia (AHURI Final Report No 368, November 2021) 25.

Bibliography

Australian Human Rights Commission, Management of COVID-19 Risks in Immigration Detention (Review, June 2021)

Lea, Tess et al, Sustainable Indigenous Housing in Regional and Remote Australia (AHURI Final Report No 368, November 2021)

Telstra Corporation, Telstra Annual Report 2020 (Report, 2020)

Notes
  • See AGLC rule 7.1.1
  • The details which should be included are:
    • Author (see also the relevant rules for Corporate Authors etc in rule 4.1)
    • Title (italicised)
    • Document Type/Series
    • Document number
    • Full date
    • Pinpoint
  • This is a basic rule to be used as a model. If there is no document series or number, omit these details.
  • If the document type is part of the document title (such as “Annual Report”), rather than repeating the document type in both title and document type, revert to the generic version of the type – see the Telstra example above.
  • Details such as Document Series will often be found with the copyright information either on the second or final pages of a report.
Footnotes

1 Australian Law Reform Commission, Corporate Criminal Responsibility (Discussion Paper 87, November 2019) 70.

2 Victorian Law Reform Commission, Contempt of Court (Report, February 2020).

Bibliography

Australian Law Reform Commission, Corporate Criminal Responsibility (Discussion Paper 87, November 2019)

Victorian Law Reform Commission, Contempt of Court (Report, February 2020)

Notes
  • See AGLC rule 7.1.4, basing the citation on the general rule in 7.1.1
  • Include the type of publication (‘Report’, ‘Discussion Paper’ etc) as the document type.
  • Cite the date as it appears on the cover of the report, not on the website landing page for the report.
  • The details to be included are:
    • Author (the relevant Law Reform Commission)
    • Title (italicised)
    • Document Type/Series
    • Document number
    • Full date
    • Pinpoint – generally to pages or paragraph numbers in accordance with AGLC rule 1.1.6-1.1.7.

Footnotes

1 Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, Parliament of Australia, Human Rights Scrutiny Report (Report 13 of 2021, 10 November 2021) 4.

2 Legislative Assembly Economy and Infrastructure Committee, Parliament of Victoria, Inquiry into Access to TAFE for Learners with Disability (Report, September 2021).

Bibliography

Legislative Assembly Economy and Infrastructure Committee, Parliament of Victoria, Inquiry into Access to TAFE for Learners with Disability (Report, September 2021)

Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, Parliament of Australia, Human Rights Scrutiny Report (Report 13 of 2021, 10 November 2021)

Notes
  • See AGLC rule 7.1.2
  • For reports where the Author is a parliamentary committee, the author should be cited as [Committee name], [Legislature]
  • Legislature should be written as “Parliament of” and then the state, territory, or Australia for the federal parliament.
  • The other details to be included are:
    • Title (italicised)
    • Document Type/Series
    • Full date
    • Pinpoint.

If you come across any inconsistencies with the referencing examples in ART, send your feedback to libreftool@latrobe.edu.au.

Important note: These guidelines have been designed to be used in university coursework, e.g. essays, reports, presentations. For work that is required to be published, or communicated to an audience wider than the University, please consult the appropriate publication manual, your publisher, the University Copyright Officer, and / or your research supervisor for guidance.

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