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Peter Rosengren: When politics becomes indifferent to people

Something is rotten at the heart of our national political life Australian national life is dominated by a problem which is serious and can generally...

Getting the price for women and girls right: Victoria’s prostitution law

“How could anyone think this is protecting human rights?” These are the words of ‘Nina’, a Victorian woman who was prostituted and trafficked in...

Sex trafficking: NT will be at risk

Anti-trafficking campaigners sound alarm on potential changes to Territory’s prostitution laws.

Editorial: Time for the Northern Territory to catch up

Perhaps, when they were younger, the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory, Michael Gunner, and the Territory’s Attorney General, Natasha Fyles, both watched the...
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