Fundamental Rights in the Age of COVID-19 -- Edited by Augusto Zimmermann & Joshua Forrester

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Fundamental Rights in the Age of COVID-19

Edited by Augusto Zimmermann and Joshua Forrester

Paperback, 440 pages

ISBN 9781922449375

December 2020 Release

Special Issue of The Western Australian Jurist, Volume 11

1. Introduction – Fundamental Rights in the Age of Covid-19 -- Augusto Zimmermann & Joshua Forrester 
2. Reflecting upon the Costs of Lockdown -- Rex Ahdar 
3. Politicians, the Press and “Skin in the Game” -- James Allan 
4. An Analysis of Victoria’s Public Health Emergency Laws -- Morgan Begg 
5. Only the Australian People Can Clean up the Mess: A Call for People’s Constitutional Review -- David Flint AM
6. Covid-19, Border Restrictions and Section 92 of the Australian Constitution -- Anthony Gray
7. Blurred Lines Between Freedom of Religion and Protection of Public Health in Covid-19 Era – Italy and Poland in Comparative Perspective -- Weronika Kudla & Grzegorz Jan Blicharz 
8. The Dictatorship of the Health Bureaucracy: Governments Must Stop Telling Us What Is for Our Own Good -- Rocco Loiacono 
9. The Role of the State in the Protection of Public Health: The Covid-19 Pandemic -- Gabriël A. Moens AM 
10. Corona, Culture, Caesar and Christ -- Bill Muehlenberg 
11. The Age of Covid-19: Protecting Rights Matter -- Monika Nagel 
12. Molinism, Covid-19 and Human Responsibility -- Johnny M. Sakr 
13. Interposition: Magistrates as Shields against Tyranny -- Steven Alan Samson 
14. Destroying Liberty: Government by Decree -- William Wagner 
15. The Virus of Governmental Oppression: How the Australian Ruling Elites are Jeopardising both Democracy and our Health -- Augusto Zimmermann 

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