As good as it gets or as good as it could be?: benchmarking human rights in Australia [Friedlich Foundation Alice Tay Memorial Lecture on Law and Human Rights 2006 on 18 May 2006 at Old Parliament House, Australian National University.]

University of Technology, Sydney, Press
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Balayi, 2009, 1, 10 (Nov-2009), pp. 3 - 13
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Sceptics have labelled human rights as a concept that is the luxury of c'lites. What is it that human rights can offer us in terms of improving the quality of life of the most marginalised within our cofirmunity? How do universal human rights offer a practical way of improving the rights of the most disadvantagedw ithin our cornmunity, particularlyA boriginal people?
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