3 edition of Report of the Human Rights Commissioner on certain provisions of the Tasmanian Criminal Code found in the catalog.
Report of the Human Rights Commissioner on certain provisions of the Tasmanian Criminal Code
Australia. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission.
|Statement||Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission.|
|Series||Parliamentary paper / the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia,, no. 166 of 1994, Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;, no. 1994/166.|
|LC Classifications||J905 .L3 1994, no.166, KUF420.6 .L3 1994, no.166|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21, 19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||96145566|
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Tasmanian Criminal Code Act 2 Laws In Other Australian States and Territories 4 3 HUMAN RIGHTS 4 Relevant HREOC Functions Concerning Human Rights 4 Definition of Human Rights 5 Applicability of the ICCPR in Australian States and Territories 5 The Right to a Private Life (ICCPR Article 17) 5.
The Federal Government's submission conveyed the views of the Tasmanian Government on Mr Toonen's complaint. The Human Rights Committee, finding Australia in breach of Articles 17 and of the ICCPR, determined that "an effective remedy" would be the repeal of the offending sections of the Tasmanian Criminal Code.
Get this from a library. Report of the Human Rights Commissioner on certain provisions of the Tasmanian Criminal Code. [Australia. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission.]. Report of the Human Rights Commissioner on certain provisions of the Tasmanian Criminal Code BACKGROUND Two sections of the Tasmanian Criminal Code (Section (a) and (c) and Section ) criminalise some forms of sexual activity between males and females and all forms of sexual intercourse between males, including all forms of sexual.
Toonen v. Australia was a landmark human rights complaint brought before the United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC) by Tasmanian resident Nicholas Toonen in The case resulted in the repeal of Australia's last sodomy laws when the Committee held that sexual orientation was included in the antidiscrimination provisions as a protected status under the International Covenant on Civil.
in Queensland in see Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, Report of the Human Rights Commissioner on certain provisions of the Tasmanian Criminal Code, 15 Julyat p Chu Kheng Lim v. Minister for Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs & Anor () C.L.R.
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It serves as the secretariat for the Human Rights Council, the treaty. As to whether Sections and of the Tasmanian Criminal Code "interfere" with the author's privacy, the State party notes that the Tasmanian authorities advised that there is no policy to treat investigations or the prosecution of offences under the disputed provisions any differently from the investigation or prosecution of offences.
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Table of Contents. Criminal Code. 1 - Short Title 2 - Interpretation - Part I - General 21 - Parties to Offences 25 - Protection of Persons Administering and Enforcing the Law 32 - Suppression of Riots - Self-induced Intoxication 34 - Defence of Person 35 - Defence of Property 43 - Protection of Persons in Authority 46 - PART II - Offences Against Public Order.
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