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Monday, 26 November 2018
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Department: Promotional material and merchandise

(Question No. 1101)

Mr Keogh asked the Attorney-General, in writing, on 12 September 2018:

What sum was spent on promotional material and merchandise for the Minister's department and agencies in 2017-18, and of this, (a) what types of promotional material and merchandise were produced, and (b) what policy areas did this relate to?

Mr Porter: The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:


Policy Area


Cost (GST Inc)

Australian Human Rights Commission

Race Discrimination

'Racism. It Stops With Me' promotional items, including Pens, Lanyards, Stickers, Wristbands, Pins, Badges, Cups and Posters


Australian Human Rights Commission

Social Justice

Safe and Succeed T-Shirts


Australian Human Rights Commission

Social Justice

Close the Gap Posters


Australian Human Rights Commission

Human Rights

HR Awards Banners


Australian Human Rights Commission

Children's Rights

Posters, Flyers


Commonwealth Ombudsman


Miscellaneous promotional materials, including posters and flyers


High Court of Australia


Public lecture flyer


National Archives of Australia (NAA)

Connecting Australians with the Archives and the collection

Print/production of exhibition catalogues, booklets, NAA magazine, postcards, temporary signage, brochures/fliers, notepads, pens and bookmarks


National Archives of Australia

Public Programs

Education marketing


Office of Parliamentary Counsel

Legislative drafting

Branded pens for legislation process courses


The Attorney-General's Department and the Australian Financial Security Authority have determined that it would represent a significant and unreasonable diversion of resources to provide the requested level of detail.

All other agencies had nil expenditure.