Australian Human Rights Commission articles over last 30 days

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2015/07/04 15:55
2015/07/04 15:55
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Tony Abbott's hand-picked human rights adviser racked up more than $77,000 in taxpayer-funded expenses in his first year on the job, spending almost $15,000 on taxis alone. Tony Abbott's hand-picked...
2015/07/04 15:55
2015/07/04 15:55
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2015/07/03 02:26
2015/07/03 02:26
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... Five LGBTI issues you may not know about Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people face specific challenges in their global fight for equality that goes beyond...
2015/07/02 08:05
2015/07/02 08:05
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On Wednesday, the Australian Border Force Act came into force. It makes it an offense for an "entrusted person" (an Australian Border Force employee) to make a record of or disclose "protected...
2015/07/02 01:26
2015/07/02 01:26
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Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs criticises NT intervention in remote Aboriginal communities After months of a public row with the Government, the president of the Human Rights...
2015/07/01 23:43
2015/07/01 23:43
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KIAMA will be well-represented at the Power of a Woman Conference in Sydney. Christine Langford, Belinda Brooks and Diann Rodgers-Healey. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS KIAMA will be well-represented at the...
2015/07/01 08:22
2015/07/01 08:22
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Dozens of doctors, teachers and humanitarian workers have challenged the Abbott government to prosecute them for publicly discussing conditions in immigration detention centres. Dozens of doctors,...
2015/07/01 07:57
2015/07/01 07:57
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TEACHERS, doctors and social workers have joined a growing chorus of criticism about new laws that put offshore detention centre staff at risk of two years in jail if they speak up about child...
2015/06/30 19:35
2015/06/30 19:35
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ON A personal level I am sure we all know a few hypocrites; people who say they do one thing and do another. They may, for example, turn up to church and be very pious and then behave in a way...
2015/06/18 09:19
2015/06/18 09:19
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Watching Monday's Q&A exchange between Australian Human Rights Commission President, Gillian Triggs and Speaker Bronwyn Bishop, I had one eye on the screen and the other on Twitter's #qanda feed as so...
2015/06/17 06:50
2015/06/17 06:50
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Australian Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs on Q&A. Photo: ABC Central Coast firefighter Jeff Sundstrom got a taste for online activism when his successful Facebook campaign convinced...
2015/06/16 05:43
2015/06/16 05:43
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Want to know what's been going on in your area today? Scroll down. Kurt Nyholm in winning form at the NSW Surfmasters Titles on Sunday. 8.32AM: Well folks that about wraps it up for this morning....
2015/06/16 04:50
2015/06/16 04:50
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As Mohammad Ali Baqiri asked his question on ABC's Q&A, the slogan on his T-shirt - "kids don't belong in detention centres" - made a powerful comment. Mr Baqiri spent three years in detention on...
2015/06/16 03:42
2015/06/16 03:42
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Here's a news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. 8.32AM: Well folks that about wraps it up for this morning. Keep an eye on your local paper's website for updates and breaking news...
2015/06/15 21:17
2015/06/15 21:17
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RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today Good morning, and welcome to our morning news coverage. We will be bringing you the best of what’s happening this morning, so you can get across the news...
2015/06/15 18:55
2015/06/15 18:55
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June 15, 1215, saw the sealing of the Magna Carta at Runnymede by King John, by which the English barons won a charter of liberties. June 15, 1215, saw the sealing of the Magna Carta at Runnymede by...
2015/06/15 06:55
2015/06/15 06:55
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Intellectually disabled workers who were paid as little as $1 an hour will have to waive their right to make discrimination claims if they accept a government payment equivalent to 50 per cent of what...
2015/06/13 15:20
2015/06/13 15:20
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Ali Yasmin was jailed as an adult despite being 14 years old when he was convicted. An Indonesian teenager who was wrongly jailed as an adult for his involvement in crewing a people smuggling boat to...
2015/06/12 17:16
2015/06/12 17:16
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As president of the Australian Human Rights Commission, Gillian Triggs represents the nation's conscience. And when our conscience pricks, it's not always welcome. A distinguished international...
2015/06/11 08:55
2015/06/11 08:55
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It's no exaggeration to say that, without her dogs, Monique Juniper could die. It's no exaggeration to say that, without her dogs, Monique Juniper could die. A diabetic, Ms Juniper can experience...
2015/06/10 03:29
2015/06/10 03:29
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AUSTRALIA’S embattled human rights watchdog presides over a mini empire with dozens of fat cats earning $100,000-plus salaries. The Australian Human Rights Commission employs more than 120 people,...
2015/07/04 15:55
2015/07/04 15:55
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