Discrimination

Alice to explain non-discrimination rights in three countries in three minutes at ANU finals

The Constitutional - Amelia Simpson Episode 2

Dr Amelia Simpson took a left turn on route to the High Court of Australia and found her calling as an academic. In ‘The Constitutional’, inspiring ANU Law academics take retired Canberra radio host Alex Sloan for a walk around the grounds of the Australian National University, while they talk about justice, equality, discrimination, education, aspirations and anything else that matters.

The Constitutional - Asmi Wood Episode 1

Associate Professor Asmi Wood is the kind of lecturer who receives thank you cards from his students at the end of the semester. His research areas include constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians, and Indigenous participation in higher education. In 'The Constitutional', inspiring ANU Law academics take retired Canberra radio host Alex Sloan for a walk around the grounds of the Australian National University, while they talk about justice, equality, discrimination, education, aspirations and anything else that matters.

The Constitutional - Introduction

If you’ve never visited the ANU campus you should add it to your list of places to wander. It’s a sprawling campus in the heart of Canberra, with the city on one edge, Lake Burley Griffin on another, and the native bushlands of Black Mountain to the west.

The explosive President: Donald Trump’s migration policy and its impact on international law and non-discrimination principles

Recent executive orders issues by President Donald Trump have shocked many and created an unprecedented travel crisis. Many have spoken against the President criticising the travel ban as discriminatory and unjustified. In response to the order Judge James Robart granted a temporary restraining order with nationwide effect suspending the ban. The events are likely to culminate in the US Supreme Court.

On Indigenous Recognition: Four Winds Radical Voice Talk Series

Sexual intimacy, gender identity and fraud: A conversation

In recent years, the UK has witnessed a series of sexual offence prosecutions brought against young LGBT people (all of whom were designated female at birth) on the basis of so-called ‘gender fraud’ (R v Gemma Barker [2012] unrep; R v Chris Wilson [2013] unrep; R v Justine McNally [2013] EWCA Crim 1051; R v Gayle Newland [2015] unrep; R v Kyran Lee (Mason) [2015] unrep; R v Jason Staines [2016] unrep).

Women feel like intruders – new book reveals extent of sexual harassment in the rural workplace

ACT discrimination laws need to change - review

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