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The UK Human Rights Act as a ‘parliamentary model’ of rights protection: lessons for Australia (2009)

The UK Human Rights Act as a ‘parliamentary model’ of rights protection: lessons for Australia

Venue: Australian Human Rights Commission, Sydney

Date:Tuesday 17 February 2009


Murray Hunt is currently Legal Advisor to the UK Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights. He was a key founding member of Matrix Chambers, London and has specialised in
human rights law and public law.

This seminar covered:

  • the operation of the UK Human Rights Act 10 years after its enactment; and
  • the impact of the UK Human Rights Act on the UK Parliament.

Audio

Presenter:
Murray Hunt
Legal Advisor to the UK Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights

Chair: The Hon Catherine Branson QC
President, Australian Human Rights Commission

Photos

The Hon Catherine Branson QC Murray Hunt, Legal Advisor to the UK Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights

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