This year civil society across Australia has united against assaults on civil liberties and human rights from multiple fronts by governments and corporations alike. Join our panel of passionate activists, advocates and academics to discuss why civil liberties matter more than ever in 2023.
DR AZADEH DASTYARI
Az is an Associate Professor in the School of Law at Western Sydney University and a founding Director of the Network for Law and Human Rights. She researches in the areas of human rights, refugee rights, and constitutional law.
Sarah manages the Wirraway Practice at the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service and represents clients in the areas of police accountability, the rights of people in prison and coronial inquests into Aboriginal deaths in custody.
Sam works at the intersection of feminism, human rights, and technology. With experience working in privacy across both the public and private sectors, and as former Program Director for Code Like a Girl, Sam is dedicated to fighting for fairness in tech - from gender equity in the tech industry, to upholding privacy in a surveillance-obsessed world.
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12 December 2022
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