I heard myself confusing tenses – intentionally – saw that I was trying to simplify the message – to speak her language – failing miserably. I hadn’t even asked what her language was. Even if I did I knew I didn’t speak it.
Every year, deaf Australians are involuntarily excused from jury service. Chloe Potvin looks at the potential for future law reform that would allow deaf Australians to serve on a jury.
There is scope across the board for the Australian government to place a far stronger emphasis on human rights in its relationship with PNG, writes Jonathan Schultz.