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Human Rights Law

MLL211 - Human Rights Law

30 Pages Complete Study Notes Year: Pre-2018 Previously uploaded under: MLL302 - Human Rights Law

Human rights law exam notes The operation of the Victorian and ACT human rights charters – pg. 2 The right to life and bodily integrity – pg. 7 The right to liberty – pg. 10 The separation of judicial powers – pg. 12 Discrimination – pg. 17 Freedom of religion – pg. 21 Freedom of expression – pg. 23 Privacy – pg. 26 The right to legal representation – pg. 27 The right to an impartial hearing – pg. 28 Have human rights failed humans? – pg. 30

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