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Protecting Rights Without a Bill of Rights: Institutional Performance and Reform in Australia (Law, Justice, and Power) (Law, Justice, and Power) ePub download

by Tom Campbell

  • Author: Tom Campbell
  • ISBN: 0754625583
  • ISBN13: 978-0754625582
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing (August 28, 2006)
  • Pages: 348
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Protecting Rights Without a Bill of Rights: Institutional Performance and Reform in Australia (Law, Justice, and Power) (Law, Justice, and Power) ePub download

Protecting Rights Without a Bill of Rights: Institutional Performance and Reform in Australia (Law, Justice, and Power).

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Australia is now the only major Anglophone country that has not adopted a Bill of Rights

Australia is now the only major Anglophone country that has not adopted a Bill of Rights. Since 1982 Canada, New Zealand and the UK have all adopted either constitutional or statutory bills of rights. Australia, however, continues to rely on common law, statutes dealing with specific issues such as racial and sexual discrimination, a generally tolerant society and a vibrant democracy.

This volume includes chapters on Australian exceptionalism - rights protection without a bill of rights, the performance of Australian legislatures in protecting rights, Australia's constitutional rights and the problem of interpretive disagreement and Australia's first bill of rights.

This volume includes chapters on Australian exceptionalism - rights protection without a bill of rights, the performance of Australian legislatures in protecting rights, Australia's constitutional rights and the problem of interpretive disagreement and Australia's first bill of rights, amongst others.

Institutional Performance and Reform in Australia. Books related to Protecting Rights Without a Bill of Rights. by Jeffrey Goldsworthy. This book focuses on the protection of human rights in Australia and includes international perspectives for the purpose of comparison and it provides an examination of how well Australian institutions, governments, legislatures, courts and tribunals have performed in protecting human rights in the absence of a Bill of Rights.

This volume includes chapters on Australian exceptionalism - rights protection without a bill of rights, the performance of Australian legislatures in protecting rights, Australia's constitutional rights and the problem of interpretive disagreement and Australia's first bill of rights, amongst others.
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