In the media...
From time to time in spite of subeditors and media corporate lawyers acting as very effective censors on what is sufficiently politically correct to print stories appear that shatter stereotypes and preconceptions about the status quo. Do you have any examples for inclusion ? If so please email OVOP with full details. To get you thinking here some items ...
Land of Poverty [ The Sunday Telegraph, 25 February 2001 ]
Some State bodies can flout the Law
... and from September 2000 A press release warning about Australia issued to the
Australian media, by the founders of ONE VOICE - ONE PEOPLE Human Rights
Defenders, to let the media know of the existence of their website.
...plus OVOP asks , after considering the not so hidden depths of Australian human rights abuses ... Does the UN human rights committee's lack of respect for Australians who make a formal communication under the UN treaty show that the UN is fully a captive to the Australian establishment and so is only allowed to have "an above a politically correct waterline" focus?
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