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Don Anto et al

This is a joint statement by Don Anton, senior lecturer, ANU; Peter Bailey, professor, ANU; Andrew Byrnes, professor, ANU; Greg Carne, senior lecturer, University of Tasmania; Anthony Cassimatis, lecturer, University of Queensland; Hilary Charlesworth, director, Centre for International and Public Law, ANU; Madelaine Chiam, lecturer, ANU; Julie Debeljak, associate director, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law; Kate Eastman, Wentworth Chambers, Sydney; Carolyn Evans, senior lecturer, University of Melbourne; Devika Hovell, lecturer, University of NSW; Fleur Johns, lecturer, University of Sydney; Sarah Joseph, associate director, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash University; Ann Kent, research fellow, Centre for International and Public Law, ANU; David Kinley, director, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash University; Wendy Lacey, lecturer, University of Adelaide; Garth Nettheim, emeritus professor, University of NSW; Penelope Mathew, senior lecturer, ANU; Ian Malkin, associate professor, University of Melbourne; Chris Maxwell, QC, Melbourne Bar; Tim McCormack, director, Centre for Military Law, University of Melbourne; Sophie McMurray, lecturer, University of NSW; Anne McNaughton, lecturer, ANU; Kwame Mfodwo, lecturer, Monash Law School; Wayne Morgan, senior lecturer, ANU; Anne Orford, associate professor, University of Melbourne; Emile Noel, senior fellow, New York University Law School; Dianne Otto, associate professor, University of Melbourne; Peter Radan, senior lecturer, Macquarie Law School; Rosemary Rayfuse, senior lecturer, University of NSW; Simon Rice, president, Australian Lawyers for Human Rights; Donald Rothwell, associate professor, University of Sydney; Chris Sidoti, professor, Human Rights Council of Australia; Michael Salvaris, senior research fellow, Institute for Social Research, Swinburne University; John Squires, director, Australian Human Rights Centre, University of NSW; James Stellios, lecturer, ANU; Tim Stephens, lecturer, University of Sydney; Julie Taylor, University of Western Australia; Gillian Triggs, co-director, Institute for International and Comparative Law, University of Melbourne; John Wade, director, Dispute Resolution Centre, Bond University; Kristen Walker, senior lecturer, University of Melbourne; Brett Williams, lecturer, University of Sydney; and Sir Ronald Wilson, former High Court judge and president of the Human Rights Commission.


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