A Case Note: Without a Human Rights Charter, Are Our Implied Freedoms Enough?

This blog post is a part of the #WeCanDoBetter Campaign. We’ve partnered up with MSA Environment and Social Justice Department to explore how we can advocate for a more fair and just society post-pandemic. This week, we’ve been exploring the possibility of a Charter of Human Rights in Australia. Comcare v Banerji (2019) 372 ALRContinue reading “A Case Note: Without a Human Rights Charter, Are Our Implied Freedoms Enough?”

Balancing Democracy in a State of Emergency

This blog post is a part of the #WeCanDoBetter Campaign. We’ve partnered up with MSA Environment and Social Justice Department to explore how we can advocate for a more fair and just society post-pandemic. We’ve returned to our past COVID-19 and the Law panel with Melbourne University’s Public Interest Law Network and explore the impactContinue reading “Balancing Democracy in a State of Emergency”