Law & Politics

Third time lucky for the Religious Discrimination Bill?

The Morrison government has finally provided details of the third draft of its Religious Discrimination Bill. This prompted heated discussion ...
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Conscientious objection in Australia: A comparison between VAD and abortion

Conscientious objection is defined, according to Peter Butt, as "an objection to partaking in certain forms of behaviour … on ...
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Rodney’s final stand on voluntary assisted dying

Even in his final months of life, Dr Rodney Syme was doing all he could to help make voluntary assisted ...
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In defence of democracy

In 1989, as the Soviet Union crumbled, historian Francis Fukuyama now infamously proclaimed “the end of history”. His reasoning was ...
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Farewelling a true hero in Rodney Syme

In the days before Rodney Syme passed away, his family asked if I would like to send a video message ...
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It’s a generational thing: Should agreements and legislation have a use-by date?

In this paper, I propose a new approach to the tenure of agreements, which could have had the potential to ...
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