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No.1145 – 26 May 2015

The Future of Access to Justice… Starts in Werribee?

Agatha Wierzbowski gives us a glimpse of the future through an innovative project spearheaded by Shorna Moore of the Wyndham Legal Service.


Articles / Fair Trial Rights


No.1144 – 25 May 2015

Of “Middle-Eastern Appearance”

How does it feel to seen as guilty of a crime even when you haven’t done anything wrong? Sydney student Omar Bensaidi writes about his experiences with racial profiling.


Opinions / Race & Discrimination


No.1143 – 22 May 2015

Superannuation: From privilege to right

Can the market be a vehicle for human rights? Aron Paul looks at how superannuation has been redefined over time from a privilege to a worker’s right.


Articles / Bill of Rights / Employment Rights / Human rights at work / Older People

Martin Place

No.1142 – 21 May 2015

Domestic terrorism in Australia: Interview with Andrew Zammit

Right Now interviews Andrew Zammit, researcher at Monash University’s Global Terrorism Research Centre, about domestic terrorism in Australia.


International Affairs / Interviews / Terrorism