Podcast: Universality of human rights and an Australian Bill of Rights

By Jerome Doraisamy|13 July 2018
Human rights, seeking human kindness, Australian Bill of Rights

On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy is joined by the director of equity and diversity at Western Sydney University, and chair of the Australian Multicultural Council, Dr Sev Ozdowski.

Dr Ozdowski and Jerome discuss the upcoming 9th International Conference on Human Rights Education, the importance of continually informing the public of their responsibilities to uphold human rights, whether or not Australia should implement its own bill of rights, and what gives rise to the enactment of such enshrined freedoms.




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