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Opinion Piece: What happens in Curtin, stays in Curtin

On the 17th of November 2011, ABC’s The Drum website published an article by Caroline Fleay titled What happens in Curtin, stays in Curtin. Caroline writes of her recent visit to the Curtin Detention Centre in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia saying, “I went to visit the many men I met on my […]

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Opinion piece: Giving and taking away: NDIS and disability pension reform

On the 14th of October 2011, The Conversation website published an opinion piece by Karen Soldatic on the topic of disability pension reform, titled Giving and taking away: NDIS and disability pension reform. Karen writes “A report released today by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) finds the number of Australians using disability […]

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Opinion piece: Perpetuating human rights abuses against Australians

Centre Adjunct Research Associate Susie Latham has had an opinion piece – Perpetuating human rights abuses against Australians – published on  the ABC’s ‘The Drum’ website on 13 April, 2011. Referring to an opinion piece written by Anglican vicar and self-proclaimed human rights activist Mark Durie, Susie states, “Durie claims ‘There is a debate going […]

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