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Human Rights in the Criminal Justice Sphere
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Bonnie Hodge Jul 17
Today's seminar revealed some truly disturbing issues that need to be addressed. Law reform is definitely required to ensure the rights of victims are upheld in the digital age, as well as to stop the use of human rights to defend appaling behaviour.
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Ruby Bell Jul 17
Inspirational to hear speak so passionately about an issue that is so normalised within our society yet undeniably harmful, especially for women
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Brendan Spasovski Jul 17
Really eye opening today to see how giving something a label can completely delegitimise and lessen the experiences of the victim. Social media abuse is way too common and people need to be held accountable.
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Dunya Gunatilake Jul 17
Eventhough there is an right for freedom of expression, it doesn’t allow you to disrespect another persons life. It can have a long lasting effect especially when it comes to image based sexual abuse
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spagbol Jul 17
when individuals hide behind the right to freedom of expression to express views that incite hatred towards groups of minorities 😤
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Tysha C-D Jul 17
In the technological era we are currently facing, it is important to remember that a digital audience should be treated with the same level of respect as a live one. Think before you post as the digital imprint you make will remain forever.
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Stephanie Malamas Jul 17
It’s disheartening to see the use of hate speech when communicating freedom of thought. We all have the right to an opinion, and should feel safe in expressing that. That’s what makes us individuals. But it needs to be done respectfully.
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chloewebber_ Jul 17
Crimes of image based sexual assault should be taken more seriously as in a time influenced by the digital world, crimes committed online are just as equally important as ones committed offline.
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Jay Jul 17
Freedom of expression through social media allows multi-billion dollar news companies to post insightful, well-informed and knowledgable posts
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Harriet Whiteley Jul 17
Social media is a powerful tool to connect and share; all too often it is used to incite hate and aggression which facilitate sexual assault, violence and harassment. Always think before you post.
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danni Jul 17
although you have freedom of expression, you also have a duty to respect other people’s rights. funny how these appalling people are so offended by their right to freedom of expression being taken away, yet they couldn't care less about taking away someone else's rights.
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Shi Chun Allen Jul 17
It’s important that we raise awareness for privacy needs when discussing social media. It’s a very fine line between trying to balance user autonomy and privacy, and the freedom of speech which grants us the power of voice, opinion, and expression of political belief
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Dean Jul 17
Today's lecture illustrated how there are clear indications sporting communities and the media need to configure their approach to sexual assault. Glorifying athletes whilst they are on trial for rape is abhorrent
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Jenny C Jul 17
Why some ppl get sentenced to long jail terms for harmless memes and online sexual abusers get something so disproportionate to their crime.
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Chris Rak Jul 17
Here's an idea how about we stop referring to convicted rapists as 'Star Athletes'
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Alyson Yip Jul 17
education should not be on women knowing how to protect themselves and prevent attacks but rather men being educated on what is right and what is wrong
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Millie Jul 17
Explicit images should never be taken without consent. Everyone is entitled to their own bodily autonomy.
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Phoebe Jul 17
Image Based Sexual Abuse (IBSA) cannot be justified under notions of freedom of expression. In the words of Catharine Mackinnon, “women are now men’s “speech”.
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natasha Jul 17
American Journalist: These two young men that had such promising futures. They were star football players and very good students. Their lives have been ripped apart. Everyone in :
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Nisha Adihetty Jul 17
Honestly sometimes people just take their entitlement to certain rights too far… The non-consensual distribution of nude or sexual images is not an exercise of your freedom of expression. Just don’t.
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