Submission on Freedom of Speech & the AHRC to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights. It involves: Freedom of Speech; Justifiable limitations; Unjustifiable limitations; Racial Discrimination Act 1975; Section 18C; Section 27; Australian Human Rights Act 1986; Duties, functions and powers of the Commission; Complaints; Burden of Proof; Justifiable reversals of shifts; Unjustifiable reversals of shifts; Sex Discrimination Act 1984; Other Acts; Conclusion.
Submission on the Exposure Draft of the Marriage Amendment (Same-Sex Marriage) Bill to the Select Committee on the Exposure Draft of the Marriage Amendment (Same-Sex Marriage) Bill. It involves: Terms of reference; The purpose of marriage; Freedom of religion; The nature of freedom of religion; Justifiable limitations; Exposure draft Marriage Amendment (Same-Sex Marriage) Bill; Exceptions generally; Proposed exemptions; Conclusion.
Submission on the 2016 Federal Election to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters. It involves: Terms of Reference; Democratic principles and the conduct of elections; Individual freedom; Freedom of association; Civil society; Representative democracy; Limitation of abuse; Membership of political parties; Political contributions and gifts; Disclosure of contributions and gifts; Foreign funding; Representation and voting systems; Current system; Compulsory voting; Preferential voting; Senate voting; The campaign; Truth in advertising; Recommending candidates or parties; How-to-vote cards; Integrity of the Electoral Roll; Proof of identity; Close of the electoral roll; Integrity of the Voting Process; Voter identity; Voting locations; Postal voting;
Submission on the Harm being done to Australian children through access to pornography on the Internet to the Senate Environment and Communications References Committee. It involves: The harm being done to Australian children through access to pornography on the Internet; Trends of online consumption of pornography by children; The impact of pornography on the development of healthy and respectful relationships; Current methods taken towards harm minimisation in other jurisdictions, and the effectiveness of those methods; The identification of any measures with the potential for implementation in Australia; Any other related matters; Conclusion.
Submission for the Inquiry into Domestic Violence and Gender Inequality to the Senate Finance and Public Administration References Committee. It involves: Terms of Reference; Gender inequality in the prevalence of domestic violence; Prevalence of domestic violence; Factors contributing to domestic violence; Gender stereotypes in domestic violence, including messages conveyed to children; Gender stereotypes; The marketing of toys and other products; Education; Entertainment; Government initiatives in addressing the underlying causes of domestic violence; Conclusion.
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