Rights and Freedoms in Australia

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Jude Wallace, Tony Pagone
Federation Press, 1990 - Civil rights - 255 pages
Rights and Freedoms in Australia outlines:how fundamental rights and freedoms of all Australians relate to familiar situations in everyday life: death of a parent, being a migrant, dealing with police and government officials advice on how best to exercise your rights and freedoms the limits of your rights and freedoms.Specific areas covered in this accessible volume are:freedom welfare dealing with government rights against others marriage and de facto marriage aborigines human rights.
 

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Contents

The Fundamental Freedoms Melinda Jones
2
Privacy Jennifer Nielsen and Tony Pagone
14
Discrimination Beth Gaze
24
Welfare
31
Social Security Pensions and Benefits Peter Hanks
32
Medical Complaints Leanna Darvall
46
Rights of Intellectually Disadvantaged People Terry Carney
54
Children Terry Carney
63
Part IV Crime
149
Police Powers Ian Grey
150
Prisoners Rights David Allen
159
Victims of Crime Liam McCarthy
166
Rights Against Others
171
You and Your Employment Marilyn Pittard
172
Insurance Guy Powles
180
Motor Vehicle Accidents Francis Trindade
188

Rights of Landowners Jude Wallace
75
You as an Elderly Person Kevin Andrews
86
Dealing with the Government Beth Gaze
98
The Australian Taxation Office Rick Krever
113
Immigration Mary Crock
119
Local Government Yet Bryant
132
Complaining About Government Employees Ian Freckelton and Hugh Selby
138
You as a Member of a Group Tim Pinos and Sally Sievers
195
Unions Stephen J Howells
203
Aborigines Human Rights
211
Marriage and De Facto Marriage Martin Bartfeld
212
Aborigines Fr Frank Brennan
229
Human Rights C G Weeramantry
240
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