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Redress – Are we there yet?
The limitations of the various restitutive schemes have resulted in many people being excluded from achieving justice.
Australia
17 Apr 2019
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Modern slavery legislation: Commonwealth and NSW
The legislation aims "to assist the business community… take proactive and effective actions to address modern slavery".
Australia
13 Mar 2019
3
The Religious Freedom Review Report recommendations regarding sex discrimination
The recommendations that garnered the most media coverage and sparked the fiercest debate are recommendations 5 and 7.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
4
CENSORED – the blurred lines of publishing in the public interest and the right to a fair trial
Media outlets recently ran front-page news articles referring to a judicial process subject to a suppression order.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
5
Gillick competence, parens patriae and Jehovahs Witnesses - blood transfusions to minors
This was an application for the administration of blood to a 17-year-old Jehovah's Witness, in the event of childbirth.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
6
Releasing the shackles with the passing of the Modern Slavery Act
The Commonwealth Bill reinforces the Government's commitment to maintaining a robust approach to fighting modern slavery.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
7
Good news: Modern Slavery Bill 2018 - Introduction into NSW Parliament
This Bill will demonstrate the state's strong commitment to the abolition of modern slavery in Australia and overseas.
Australia
19 Apr 2018
8
The Children Legislation Amendment (Information Sharing) Bill 2017 (VIC)
Bill proposes new provisions that will establish a child wellbeing and safety information-sharing scheme in Victoria.
Australia
13 Mar 2018
9
Review of religious freedom
Panel appointed to address the human right of freedom of religion in light of the yes vote for same sex marriage.
Australia
20 Feb 2018
10
Modern slavery in Australia – Avoid getting caught up in chains
The government proposes to require large businesses to report annually on actions taken to address modern slavery.
Australia
31 Aug 2017
11
18C: Necessary protection against racist violence and intimidation or unnecessary barrier to freedom of speech?
The Committee on Human Rights tabled its report on freedom of speech in Australia, but was unable to reach a consensus.
Australia
21 Jun 2017
12
Discrimination: The Ashers Bakery Case: an update
Despite their actions being found to be unlawfully discriminatory, Asher's Bakery is recording an increase in profits.
Australia
19 Jun 2017
13
The Goddard Inquiry: the scope of inquiry into historical child sexual abuse extends to England and Wales
This inquiry parallels the objectives of Australia's Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
UK
29 Sep 2015
14
Discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation
A customer alleged the Bakery had discriminated on the basis of his sexual orientation and his support of gay marriage.
UK
29 Sep 2015
15
The Commonwealth's duty of care to asylum seekers in immigration detention
The Australian treatment of refugees is a legal issue as well as a moral one, and challenges the Australian psyche.
Australia
17 Jul 2015
16
Charlie Hebdo and proposals for change of s18C of the Federal Racial Discrimination Act 1975
The terrorist attack on the office of Charlie Hebdo in France renewed debate of s18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.
Australia
6 Apr 2015
17
Proposed changes to s 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 scrapped in the face of community submissions
Following "an avalanche of submissions", Senator Brandis is considering "water[ing] down" the proposed amendments.
Australia
12 Sep 2014
18
Good News: The UK Charity Tribunal Decision of Human Dignity Trust v Charity Commission for England and Wales
The ruling by the UK Charity Tribunal has granted Human Dignity Trust (HDT) its appeal to be registered as a charity.
UK
12 Sep 2014
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Discrimination notwithstanding genuine religious belief Christian Youth Camps & Anor v Cobaw Community Health Services Ltd & Ors [2014] VSCA 75
The Court upheld a finding of discrimination against Christian Youth Camps for refusing to accommodate a same-sex camp.
Australia
4 Jun 2014
20
Commonwealth funded aged-care accommodation and sex discrimination
The SDAA also removed the traditional exemption covering certain religious institutions running aged-care accommodation.
Australia
20 Sep 2013
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