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Voice: Legal Realities and Both Sides Debate

Discussion on the legal realities of the Voice, featuring two legal experts, Professor Greg Williams on NO side of the voice debate, and Chris Merritt on the YES side. The Debate can be found at https://youtu.be/AULx4WKDkPY. This document outlines the points made by both experts during the debate.

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Robin Speed Memorial Lecture

This lecture is named in honour of the founder of Speed and Stracey Lawyers and the Rule of Law Education Centre, Robin Speed OAM, who passed away in February 2023. The Robin Speed Memorial Lecture will be held annually to coincide with the anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta on 15 June.

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Free Posters

OFFER NOW FINISHED The Rule of Law Education Centre is offering teachers as the VCTA Commview 2022...

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The Magna Carta Lives On

See King John around Sydney, highlighting the importance of the Magna Carta today in Australia for a independent judiciary, fair trial, due process, separation of powers and no one above the law.

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Book Release: Lost Parcel

Stories of First Fleet, Susannah and Henry Kable, convicts on First Fleet and the first Civil Case in New South Wales and how principle of equality before the law protected their rights

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Judicial Overhaul in Israel

The Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu undertook a judicial overhaul under the guise of a proposed reform. The reforms had two major changes. First they would give politicians greater power to select judges. Second, the reforms would permit the Israeli parliament to overrule the judiciary.

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Voice: Changes to Vote Yes

Changes to be made to wording of proposed Constitutional Provision so improve Case to Vote Yes. Arguments for Voting No on Voice at Referendum. The Case for No on the Indigenous Voice to Parliament. Includes changes to be made to ensure equality before the law

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Tribute to Robin Speed

Tribute to Robin Speed OAM founder of the Rule of Law Institute of Australia and Rule of Law Education Centre

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Australia Day- a time to celebrate

Australia Day is a time to
celebrate our shared values: respect, inclusion, civility, responsibility, compassion, equality and the opportunity to have a fair go; and appreciate our democratic rights and the rule of law

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