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Paper by the Hon John von Doussa QC to the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property and The Malaysia Bar Council's Intellectual Property Committee - Joint Conference

Pod Rights transcript - Episode 3, 2011

Graeme Innes: Hello and welcome to Pod Rights, a series of podcasts from the Australian Human Rights Commission. I am Graeme Innes, the Disability and Race Discrimination Commissioner.

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I would like to begin by acknowledging all the traditional owners of the land where we meet, the Ngunawal Ngambri people. Thank you Matilda House for your welcome and for joining us here today. It is a pleasure to jointly address the Press Club with...

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I’d like to begin by acknowledging the Noongar people, the traditional owners of the land where we meet today, and pay my respects to their elders past and present.

Innes: TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Access to telecommunications services and equipment is increasingly, something that affects us all - an essential part of social interaction, of work, and of access to or participation in an ever greater range of activities and services. All of us,...

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