ANU Law scholars secure landmark ARC Discovery Project funding

ANU researchers support ACT push to decriminalise drugs

ANU health law elective inspires student's SMH op-ed

Using international law to prevent Ebola and Zika outbreaks

Caitlin wins bioethics association's best student essay prize

Do ‘perfect’ doctors do more harm?

The 'Photoshop laws' and women's body image

Images of extraordinarily thin women are everywhere. When women see these images, their self-esteem may consequently lower, and potentially develop into an eating disorder. Governments internationally have taken action as a result. In particular, the Israeli and French Governments passed ‘Photoshop Laws’. The ‘Photoshop Laws’ require models to have a minimum BMI in order to work, and if an image is photoshopped, it must state that it has been edited.


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