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|Title:||The Politics of Human Rights in Australia|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Louise Chappell, John Chesterman and Lisa Hill|
|Abstract:||The first comprehensive account of Australian human rights from a political science perspective, it addresses the key debates in Australian political debates about human rights.|
|Contents:||1. Human rights -- 2. Protecting human rights -- 3. A bill of rights? -- 4. Electoral rights in Australia -- 5. The rights of indigenous Australians -- 6. Gender and sexuality rights -- 7. Refugees -- 8. Civil and political rights in an age of terror.|
|Appears in Collections:||Politics publications|
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