Protecting Rights Without a Bill of Rights: Institutional Performance and Reform in Australia

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Tom Campbell, Jeffrey Denys Goldsworthy, Adrienne Sarah Ackary Stone
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 348 strani
This book focuses on the protection of human rights in Australia and includes international perspectives for the purpose of comparison and it provides an examination of how well Australian institutions, governments, legislatures, courts and tribunals have performed in protecting human rights in the absence of a Bill of Rights.
 

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Australian Exceptionalism Rights Protection Without a Bill of Rights
17
The Performance of Australian Legislatures in Protecting Rights
41
Improving Legislative Scrutiny of Proposed Laws to Enhance Basic Rights Parliamentary Democracy and the Quality of LawMaking
61
The Performance of Administrative Law in Protecting Rights
101
Australias Constitutional Rights and the Problem of Interpretive Disagreement
137
PARTICULAR HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES
159
Rights and Citizenship in Law and Public Discourse
161
Chained to the Past The Psychological Terra Nullius of Australias Public Institutions
175
American Judicial Review in Perspective
225
The Unfulfilled Promise of Dialogic Constitutionalism JudicialLegislative Relationships under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
239
STRATEGIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL REFORM
261
A Modest but Robust Defence of Statutory Bills of Rights
263
Australias First Bill of Rights The Australian Capital Territorys Human Rights Act
289
An Australian Rights Council
305
Human Rights Strategies An Australian Alternative
319
Index
343

Constitutional Property Rights in Australia Reconciling Individual Rights and the Common Good
197
INTEMATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
223

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