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Inquiry into Freedom of Speech 2016

Inquiry into Freedom of Speech 2016

By Clara Bradley

Discrimination Dispute Resolution Human Rights 


The LIV submits that the current operation of Part IIA of the Racial Discrimination Act does not impose unreasonable restrictions upon freedom of speech. It strikes an appropriate balance between freedom of speech and freedom from racial discrimination. In this regard the LIV opposes any change to Part IIA of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth).

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