Improving legislative scrutiny of proposed laws to enhance basic rights, parliamentary democracy, and the quality of law-making

Bryan Horrigan

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Abstract

Focuses on the protection of humans rights in Australian and includes international perspectives for the purpose of comparison and it provides an examination of how well Australian institutions have performed in protecting human rights in the absence of a Bill of Rights.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProtecting rights without a Bill of Rights
Subtitle of host publicationinstitutional performance and reform in Australia
Place of PublicationAldershot, UK
PublisherAshgate Publishing
Pages61-100
Number of pages40
ISBN (Print)9780754625582
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Publication series

NameLaw, justice and power
PublisherAshgate Publishing Limited

Keywords

  • civil rights - Australia
  • human rights - Australia

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    Horrigan, B. (2006). Improving legislative scrutiny of proposed laws to enhance basic rights, parliamentary democracy, and the quality of law-making. In Protecting rights without a Bill of Rights: institutional performance and reform in Australia (pp. 61-100). (Law, justice and power). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing.