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16
Jun
2017
Australian Parliament House
The Australian Government this week introduced a new Bill into parliament to amend the Citizenship Act 2007. The move comes just two weeks after submissions to its discussion paper had closed – those submissions have not been made public.
09
Jun
2017
Fishing trawler
Anti-slavery legislation is a good start, but if we want a future where goods are produced free of slavery it requires government, business and consumers to all be pulling in the same direction, Jolyon Ford writes.
16
May
2017
Person
One of Australia’s leading anti-discrimination law experts believes it’s time for Australia to open up a potentially confronting discussion on race issues within the Australian legal system.
05
May
2017
Absrtact picture of birds flying out of a prison wall
ANU Law Explains is a National Law Week 2017 event which will examine four highly political issues with a legal perspective for a layperson audience.
12
Apr
2017
Denver Airport Security Line
Last month One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts tried and failed to introduce targeted (as opposed to random) airport security screenings for for immigrants from the Middle East. However, statistics show Senator Roberts doesn't need legislation make this happen.
31
Mar
2017
David Marr
Australia needs to have a ‘difficult’ conversation about the effect of race in its politics, says writer and journalist David Marr, who spoke at ANU College of Law this week about his new Quarterly Essay.
24
Mar
2017
Kirsten Sjolander
The Kirsten Sjolander Memorial Prize for Advanced International Human Rights Law has been established in memory of ANU Law PhD student, Kirsten Sjolander.
27
Feb
2017
Christina Lee
Christina Lee's desire to make a difference comes from knowing personally what it means to experience injustice.
27
Feb
2017
Ellie Greenwood and Andreas Sherborne
Ellie Greenwood and Andreas Sherborne are the shared recipients of the Blackburn Medal for Research in Law.
13
Feb
2017
Dorota Gozdecka
An international law researcher at The Australian National University (ANU) believes US President Donald Trump's executive order into travel restrictions will likely end up before the US Supreme Court, where it could be a win-win situation for President Trump.

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