Law Report - Full program podcastAuthor: ABC Radio
29 Sep 2021

Law Report - Full program podcast

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Informative, jargon-free stories about law reform, legal education, test cases, miscarriages of justice and legal culture. The Law Report makes the law accessible.

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    Regulating Covid-19 misinformation and social media influencers

    What do the federal politician Craig Kelly, anaesthetist Dr Paul Oosterhuis, celebrity chef Pete Evans and clothing brand Lorna Jane have in common? They have all been at loggerheads with various regulators over Covid-19 misinformation.

  • Posted on 28 Sep 2021

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    Britain’s offshore detention plans, and investigating human rights violations

    Britain seeks to overhaul immigration laws as asylum seekers and migrants continue to arrive across the English Channel from France.  How to investigate human rights violations when on-the-ground access becomes impossible? And, the dangers facing human rights investigators in Afghanistan. Guests: Madeline Gleeson, Senior Research Fellow, Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law Daniela Gavshon, Program Director, Truth and Accountability, Public Interest Advocacy Centre Mariam (pseudonym), former human rights investigator in Afghanistan

  • Posted on 21 Sep 2021

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    Media impact of High Court defamation ruling, and NT youth bail laws

    How could the High Court media defamation ruling affect social media use? And, are changes to NT youth bail laws fit for purpose?

  • Posted on 14 Sep 2021

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    How does Australia’s COVID vaccine injury scheme compare to compensation programs abroad?

    The Commonwealth-funded No Fault COVID-19 Indemnity Scheme aims to compensate for medical expenses and loss of income resulting from an adverse reaction following vaccination.

  • Posted on 07 Sep 2021

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    Passenger injured in stolen car denied compensation and COVID-19 death ruled workplace injury

    Should compensation be denied to a passenger in a stolen vehicle who was seriously injured when it crashed? And, a New South Wales Tribunal has ruled that a COVID-19 death can be classified as a work-related injury.

  • Posted on 31 Aug 2021

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