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Human rights in Australia: their relevance to the vulnerable and marginalised

Curran, Liz


If human rights are to be effectively protected and adhered to, then they need to be owned by all and be based on what civilizes. Those most likely to experience human rights intrusions need to know they have rights, to be protected when rights are infringed. Clear explanations about the value of rights also need to be advanced coherently to the general population so it understands, owns and claims the rights for all. It is imperative that those on the margins, who so often lack a space to be...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2008
Type: Journal article
Source: Alternative Law Journal


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