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Topic: protest and dissent
Honduras is open for business, no matter the cost to human rights

Honduras is open for business, no matter the cost to human rights

The Honduran government's harsh response to protests against alleged electoral fraud and economic policies that would see the country carved up by investors has been sadly predictable.

Fate of Pine Gap protesters could set an ugly precedent for free speech

Fate of Pine Gap protesters could set an ugly precedent for free speech

The upcoming sentencing of Pine Gap protesters found guilty under harsh defence laws will signal our commitment to disproportionately penalising dissent, no matter how peaceful.

Incarceration of speech: denying the right to protest in Australia

Incarceration of speech: denying the right to protest in Australia

Bob Brown is challenging the constitutional validity of Tasmania's protest laws -- a subject the guardians of free speech in parliament and the media have had little say about.

Razer’s class warfare: a diary of dissent

Razer’s class warfare: a diary of dissent

Helen Razer tells you how to protest and dissent in the modern age -- without resorting to cheap anti-intellectualism and anti-privilege.