Anti-semitic attack proves need for racial vilification laws

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Newcastle Law School academics Associate Professor John Anderson and Dr Alan Berman discuss racial vilification laws

The recent incident on the bus in Bondi Beach in which approximately 30 children aged between five and twelve years old were terrorised with anti-Semitic taunts and physical threats is a timely reminder of the ongoing need for community vigilance in condemning such cruel and criminal behaviour. It also reinforces the need for effective enforcement of racial vilification laws in Australia.

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