Outrage over changes to Racial Discrimination Act


Australia’s Racial Discrimination Act provides vital protection for those members of our society who are most vulnerable to racial vilification. However, the proposition to amend section 18C, which makes any act that is likely to offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate another person or group of people illegal, has caused community and group representatives to voice their concerns.


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Friday, February 28 2014
Produced By Saskia Edwards and Claire Mchardy
Featured in storyHuman Rights Commissioner - Tim WilsonManaging Director of All Together Now Priscilla BriceExecutive Director of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry - Peter WertheimSA Greens Senator - Penny Wright

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