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Gillian Triggs left the Human Rights Commission yesterday with "no regrets" and a few things to say.
Gillian Triggs has a few things to say on her last day.
Triggs said the students were consulted. One student says they were not.
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The Prime Minister has attacked the Human Rights Commission for its handling of 'race hate' cases.
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Turnbull lashes out over the statutory body's handling of rate hate cases.
We don’t know the extent of this issue and whether the existing programs at universities are effective. But we are going to find out.
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Tanya Plibersek says she was threatened with rape.
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'Australia has faltered in its commitment to our freedoms and rights.'
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Bodies such as the Human Rights Commission are a vital part of the checks and balances on executive power. If it is cowed by fear of retribution or vicious personal attacks on its members, we are all the poorer.
Twelve months following the delivery of the Australian Human Rights Commission's The Forgotten Children report on children in immigration detention, President Gillian Triggs reflects on a year which b...
Exclusive SYDNEY -- She’s had her integrity questioned, been accused of a “political stitch-up” and pushed to resign, all the while seeing wins and some “disturbing backward steps” in human rights and...