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A

  • ABC News, New WA Racial Vilification Laws to be Put to the Test (2006).
  • ABC News Online, Aboriginal Teen to Face Court on Racial Vilification Charge (2006).
  • Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Watch Committee, ‘Eliminating Racial Discrimination: Submission on Racial Discrimination Amendment Act (1992)’ in Irene Moores (ed) Voices of Aboriginal Australia: Past, Present, Future (1995) 227.
  • Allen, David and Gibson, John, ‘The Issue of Racial Vilification’ (1990) 64(8) Law Institute Journal 709.
  • Anonymous, ‘Police Officer tells Court of Sanctioned “Coon Bashing”’ Koori Mail (Lismore) Oct 18 1995, 1.
  • Anonymous, ‘Commission Calls for End to Blasphemy Offence: Racial Vilification Laws Sufficient’ (1995) 33(7) Law Society Journal 70.
  • Anonymous, ‘Racism: How can White Australia Respond?’ in Justin Healey (ed) Racism in Australia (1997), 4.
  • Anonymous, ‘Van Tongeren Calls it Quits for the Quiet Life with his Art and Family’, The West Australian (Perth), 24 May 2007.
  • Anti-Defamation League, ‘Australia’ in The Skinhead International: A Worldwide Survey of Neo-Nazi Skinheads (1995) 10.
  • Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW Race for the Headlines:
    Racism and Media Discourse
    (2001).
  • Asquith, Nicole, ‘Responding to Heterosexist Hate: A Gender Critique of Coalitionist Strategies in NSW’ (2001/2002) 11 Women Against Violence 43.
  • Asquith, N, ‘in terrorem: “with their tanks and their bombs, and their bombs and their guns, in your head”’ (2004) 40(4) Journal of Sociology 400.
  • Asquith, N, ‘Race Riots on the Beach: A Case for Criminalising Hate Speech?’ (Paper presented at the British Criminology Conference, Huddersfield, 11 July 2008).
  • Asquith, N, ‘Chapter 9: The Harms of Verbal and Textual Hatred’ in B Perry (ed) Hate Crimes: The Consequences of Hate Crime (2009, Vol 2) 161.
  • Asquith, Nicole and Grant, Bruce, A Profile of the Lesbian and Gay Anti-Violence Project (1995).
  • Author Unknown, ‘Racial Vilification: Alleged Media Racism High on List of Complaints’ (1990) 56 Communications Update 13.
  • Author Unknown, ‘Homosexual Vilification Legislation Passes at Last’ (1993) 4(4) HIV/AIDS Legal Link 7.
  • Author Unknown, ‘Racial Vilification Bill Should be Extended to Include Religious and Sexual Discrimination: Proposed Penalties Excessive’ (1993) 31(4) Law Society Journal 71.
  • Author Unknown, ‘Basic International Law Documents Concerning Racial Vilification Laws’ (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 181.

B

  • Babacan, Hurriyet et al, The Community Safety of International Students in Melbourne: A Scoping Study (2010) Institute for Community, Ethnicity and Policy Alternatives - Victoria University.
  • Bagnall, Diana, ‘Hate Wave’, Bulletin (Sydney), (2006) 29 August 2006, 18.
  • Baird, Barbara, ‘Putting Police on Notice: A South Australian Case Study’ in Gail Mason and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Homophobic Violence (1997) 118.
  • Baird, Barbara, Mason, Keith and Purcell, Ian, ‘Lesbians, Gay Men and the Police in South Australia: Strategies for Change’ (Paper presented at the 8th International Symposium on Victimology, Adelaide, 21-26 August 1994).
  • Baird, Barbara, Mason, Keith and Purcell, Ian, The Police and You: A Report of a Survey of the Experiences of Lesbians and Gay Men with the South Australian Police Conducted in 1993 by Lesbian and Gay Community Action (1994).
  • Bearup, Greg, ‘The Audacity of Hate’, Good Weekend (Sydney) 26 September 2009, 21.
  • Beck, Peter et al, ‘Operation Jackhammer’, Canberra Times (Canberra), 20 September 1990, 21.
  • Berman, Alan and Robinson, Shirleene, Speaking Out: Stopping Homophobic and Transphobic Abuse in Queensland (2010).
  • Bird, Greta (ed), Racial Harassment (1992).
  • Birmingham, John, ‘Hearts of Darkness’ (November 1990) 450 Rolling Stone 44.
  • Broadhurst, Roderic G et al, ‘Inter-Racial Offending Models: A Response to Reidpath and Diamond’ (1998) 31(2) Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 196.
  • Bronitt, Simon, ‘Hate Speech, Sedition and the War on Terror’ in Katharine Gelber and Adrienne Stone (eds), Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia (2007) 129.
  • Bronitt, Simon and McSherry, Bernadette, ‘Public Order’ in Principles of Criminal Law (1st ed, 2001) 743.
  • Bronitt, Simon and Stellios, James, ‘Sedition, Security and Human Rights: ‘Unbalanced’ Law Reform In The ‘War On Terror’ [2006] Melbourne University Law Review 29.
  • Burchell, David, ‘An Email from the Ether: After the Cronulla Events’ (2006) 48(2) Australian Universities Review 6.
  • Burchell, David, ‘Beached: The Cronulla Events a Year On’ (2007) 48 (1) & (2) Australian Universities Review 48.

C

  • Cadzow, Jane, ‘A Shot in the Dark’, (Oct 2 1999) Good Weekend 51.
  • Chapman, Anna, ‘Sexuality and Workplace Oppression’ (1995) 20(2) Melbourne University Law Review 311.
  • Chapman, Anna, ‘The Messages of Subordination contained in Anti-Discrimination Statutes’ in Gail Mason and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Homophobic Violence (1997) 58.
  • Chapman, Anna, ‘Australian Racial Hatred Law: Some Comments on Reasonableness and Adjudicative Method in Complaints brought by Indigenous People’ (2004) 30(1) Monash University Law Review 27.
  • Chapman, A. and Kelly, K, ‘Australian Anti-Vilification Law: A Discussion of the Public/Private Divide and the Work Relations Context’ (2005) 27(2) Sydney Law Review 203.
  • Chapman, Stephanie, ‘Getting it Together: Gender, Violence and Indigenous Students’ (1995) Sept/Oct The Gen: Newsletter of the Gender and Equity Network 1.
  • Chappell, Duncan, ‘How Violent is Australian Society?’ in Sandra J Egger and Duncan Chappell (eds) Australian Violence: Contemporary Perspectives 2 (1995) 13.
  • Charles Sturt University - Professional Development Centre (Policing), Police and Victims, Study Notes and Readings: JST 216: Constable Development Program (1997) 1 (various paginations).
  • Chesterman, M, Freedom of Speech in Australian Law: A Delicate Plant (2000).
  • Chow, Raymond, ‘Inciting Hatred or Merely Engaging in Religious Debate? The Need for Religious Vilification Laws’ (2005) 40(3) Alternative Law Journal 120.
  • Cleland, Bilal, ‘The Roots of Ignorance’ in Greta Bird, Racial Harassment (1992) 64.
  • Clifford G APM, Police Charge Two over Racist Graffiti Attacks A/Insp 3782, Police Media (20 July 2004).
  • Colic-Peisker, Val and Tilbury, Farida, Being Black in Australia: A Case Study of Intergroup Relations (2008) 49(4) Race and Class 38.
  • Collins, J., Noble, G., Poynting, S. and Tabar, P., Kebabs, Kids, Cops, Crime: Youth, Ethnicity & Crime (2000).
  • Collins, Jock, ‘Immigrants as Victims of Crime and Criminal Justice Discourse in Australia’ (2007) 14 International Review of Victimology 57.
  • Collins, Jock and Reid, Carol, ‘Minority Youth, Crime, Conflict, and Belonging in Australia’ (2009) Journal of International Migration and Integration 10(4), 377.
  • Committee to Advise the Attorney-General on Racial Vilification, Racial Vilification in Victoria (1990)
  • Committee to Advise the Attorney-General on Racial Vilification, Racial Vilification in Victoria: Report of the Committee to Advise the Attorney-General on Racial Vilification (1992)
  • Condie, Todd, ‘Cross-burning Incident Sparks Fear, Anger’, Koori Mail (Lismore) March 22 2000, 17.
  • Coordination Forum for Countering Antisemitism (CFCA), Australia – An Australia Citizen Was Convicted of Vandalism against a Jew (2005).
  • Cowdery, Nicholas, 'Review of Law of Vilification: Criminal Aspects' (2009 Hate Crime and Vilification Law Roundtable, Sydney Institute of Criminology, Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, 29 August 2009).
  • Cox, Gary and Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby (NSW), The Streetwatch Report: A Study into Violence against Lesbians and Gay Men (1990).
  • Cox, Gary and Lesbian and Gay Anti-Violence Project NSW, The Count and Counter Report: A Study into Hate Related Violence against Lesbians and Gays (1994)
  • Crichton, Sarah and Stevenson, Andrew, ‘Crime and Prejudice’, Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), September 14-15 2002, 30.
  • Cunneen, Chris, A Study of Aboriginal Juveniles and Police Violence: Report Commissioned by the National Inquiry into Racist Violence (1990).
  • Cunneen, Chris, ‘Monitoring Hate Crimes: A Summary and Update’ in Chris Cunneen, Liz de Rome and Race Discrimination Commissioner, Monitoring Hate Crimes: A Report on the Community Relations Strategy Data Project (HREOC) (1994) 3.
  • Cunneen, Chris, ‘Hysteria and Hate: The Vilification of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People’ in Chris Cunneen, David Fraser and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia (1997) 137.
  • Cunneen, Chris and de Rome, Liz, ‘Monitoring Hate Crime: Report on a Pilot Project in New South Wales’ (1993) 5(2) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 160.
  • Cunneen, Chris, de Rome, Liz and Race Discrimination Commissioner, Monitoring Hate Crimes: A Report on the Community Relations Strategy Data Project (HREOC) (1994).
  • Cunneen, Chris and de Rome, Liz, ‘The Monitoring by Police of Racist Violence in the Community’ in Sandra J Egger and Duncan Chappell (eds) Australian Violence: Contemporary Perspectives 2 (1995) 31.
  • Cunneen, Chris, Fraser, David & Tomsen, Stephen, (eds) Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia, (1997).
  • Cunneen, Chris and Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), Aboriginal-Police Relations in Redfern: With Special Reference to the 'Police Raid' of 8 February 1990 (1990).
  • Cunneen, Chris and White, Rob, ‘Ethnic Minority Young People’ in Juvenile Justice: Youth and Crime in Australia (2002) 184.
  • Curthoys, Ann, ‘The Volatility of Racism in Australia’ in Katharine Gelber and Adrienne Stone (eds), Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia (2007) 20.

D

  • Daly, Kym, ‘Calls for Better Leadership’, Kalgoorlie Miner (Kalgoorlie), 26 April 2006.
  • de Rome, Liz, ‘Monitoring Hate Crimes: A Draft Report on the Community Relations Strategy Data Project’ in Chris Cunneen, Liz de Rome and Race Discrimination Commissioner, Monitoring Hate Crimes: A Report on the Community Relations Strategy Data Project (HREOC) (1994) 22.
  • Dempsey, Deb and Victorian Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby, Enough is Enough: A Report on Discrimination and Abuse Experienced by Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexuals and Transgender People in Victoria (2000).
  • Department of Justice (Victoria), Hate Crime Review: Review of Identity Motivated Hate Crime (Consultation Issues) (March 2010).
  • Diamond, Mark R and Reidpath, Daniel D, ‘Models of Inter-Racial Offending: An Evaluation’ (1998) 31(1) Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 27.
  • Dimmer, Diana W, ‘Hate Propaganda Laws: A Reasonable Limit on Freedom of Expression’ in Greta Bird, Racial Harassment (1992) 77.
  • Dollis, Demitri, ‘Legislation and Racial Vilification in Victoria’ in Greta Bird, Racial Harassment (1992) 104.
  • Douglas, Karen M et al, ‘Understanding Cyberhate: Social Competition and Social Creativity in Online White Supremacist Groups’ (2005) 23(1) Social Science Computer Review 68.
  • Dreher, T, ‘Introduction: “Targeted”’ in Targeted: Experiences of Racism in NSW after September 11 (2001).
  • Dreher, T, ‘Chapter 1: Incidents Reported to the CRC Hotline, September – November 2001’ in Targeted: Experiences of Racism in NSW after September 11 (2001).
  • Dreher, Tanja, Whose Responsibility?: Community Anti-Racism Strategies after September 11, 2001 (2006).
  • The Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee, Parliament of Victoria, Inquiry into Strategies to Reduce Assaults in Public Places in Victoria - Final Report (August 2010).
  • Dunn, Kevin M, Klocker, Natascha, Salabay, Tanya, ‘Contemporary Racism and Islamaphobia in Australia: Racializing Religion’ (2007) 7(4) Ethnicities 564.

E

  • Earle, Jenny, ‘Inquiry into Racist Violence’ (1991) 16(3) Legal Service Bulletin 146-147.
  • Earle, Jenny, ‘Racist Violence: A Plethora of Proposals for Reform’ (1991) 62 Reform 97.
  • Earle, Jenny and Australian Law Reform Commission, Multiculturalism: Criminal Law (1991).
  • Eastman, Kate, ‘Drafting Vilification Laws: Legal and Policy Issues’ (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 285.
  • Eastman, Kate, ‘Problems with Evidence in Hate Speech Cases’ in Katharine Gelber and Adrienne Stone (ed), Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia (2007) 106.
  • Evans, Simon and Evans, Carolyn, ‘Parliamentary Deliberation about Racial Vilification Legislation’ in Katharine Gelber and Adrienne Stone (eds), Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia (2007) 170.
  • Evidence to Standing Committee on Legislation, Parliament of Western Australia, Perth, 18 April 2007 (Robert Cock and Annette Fox).

F

  • Farquharson, Karen and Marjoribanks, Timothy, ‘Representing Australia: Race, the Media and Cricket’ (2006) 42(1) Journal of Sociology 25.
  • Feenan, Dermot, ‘Religious Vilification Laws: Quelling Fires of Hatred? (2006) 31(3) Alternative Law Journal 153.
  • Fesl, Eve and Mumewa D, ‘Koories and Discrimination’ in Greta Bird (ed) Law in a Multicultural Australia (1991) 55.
  • Fisher, Asaf, ‘Regulating Hate Speech’ in Patrick Keyzer (ed), Racism, Religious Intolerance and the Law (2007) 21.
  • Flahvin, Anne, ‘Can Legislation Prohibiting Hate Speech be Justified in light of Free Speech Principles?’ (1995) 18(2) University of New South Wales Law Journal 327.
  • Flood, Michael and Hamilton, Clive, Mapping Homophobia in Australia (2005) The Australia Institute for a Just, Sustainable Peaceful Future Inc.
  • Fraser, David, ‘A Study of Aboriginal Juveniles and Police Violence: A Report Commissioned by the National Inquiry into Racist Violence’ (1991) 2(3) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 101.
  • Fraser, David, ‘Memory, Murder and Justice: Holocaust Denial and the “Scholarship” of Hate’ in Chris Cunneen, David Fraser and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia (1997) 162.
  • Fraser, David, Melhem, Moha and Yacoub, Mirna, ‘Violence against Arab Australians’ in Chris Cunneen, David Fraser and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia (1997) 75.
  • Freckelton, Ian R, ‘Censorship and Vilification Legislation’ (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 327.
  • Friedman, Andrew, The Price of Racism (2004) Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs Council.

G

  • Gardner, Michelle, ‘Racism Out: Racial Vilification Law and the Anti-Discrimination Board’ (1995) 3(74) Aboriginal Law Bulletin 9.
  • Gardner, Paul L, ‘Anti-Jewish Harassment in Australia’ in Greta Bird, Racial Harassment (1992) 25.
  • Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby (NSW) and Lesbian and Gay Anti-Violence Project, The Off Our Backs Report: A Study into Anti-Lesbian Violence (1992).
  • Gay Men and Lesbians Against Discrimination (GLAD), Not a Day Goes By: Report on the GLAD Survey into Discrimination and Violence against Lesbians and Gay Men in Victoria (1994)
  • Gelber, Katharine, ‘Hate Crimes: Public Policy Implications of the Inclusion of Gender’ (2000) 35(2) Australian Journal of Political Science 275.
  • Gelber, Katharine, ‘Implementing Racial Anti-vilification Laws in New South Wales: 1988-1998: A Study’ (2000) 59(1) Australian Journal of Public Administration 13.
  • Gelber, Katharine, Speaking Back: The Free Speech Versus Hate Speech Debate (2002).
  • Gelber, Katharine, ‘Chapter 1: The Problem: An Example of Racial Anti-Vilification Laws in Practice, 1989-1998’ in Speaking Back: The Free Speech Versus Hate Speech Debate (2002).
  • Gelber, Katharine, ‘Hate Speech in Australia: Emerging Questions’ (2005) 28(3) UNSW Law Journal 861.
  • Gelber, Katharine, ‘Hate Speech and the Australian Legal and Political Landscape’ in Katharine Gelber and Adrienne Stone (eds), Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia (2007) 2.
  • Gelber, Katharine, ‘The False Analogy between Vilification and Sedition’ (2009) Melbourne University Law Review 33(1), 270.
  • Gelber, Katharine and Stone, Adrienne (eds), Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia (2007).
  • Gentles, Jenny, ‘A Legal Remedy for Sexual Injustice’ (1995) 5 Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal 65.
  • George, Allen, ‘The Gay (?) Victim on Trial: Discourses of Sexual Division in the Courtroom’ in Gail Mason and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Homophobic Violence (1997) 46.
  • George, Allen, ‘Hate Crimes against Lesbians and Gay Men in New South Wales: Accumulated Knowledge of Victimisation via Five Reports’ (Paper presented at the Law and Society Association Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ) Conference – ‘W(h)ither Human Rights?’, University of Sydney, 10-12 December 2008).
  • George, Allen and Tomsen, Stephen, ‘The Criminal Justice Response to Gay Killings: Research Findings’ (1997) 9(1) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 56.
  • George, Allen and Tomsen, Stephen, ‘More on Gay Killings’ (1998) 9(3) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 332.
  • Gerstenfeld, Phyllis, ‘Australia’ in Hate Crimes: Causes, Controls and Controversies (2003).
  • Graham, Duncan, ‘The Killing of Cab Driver 780’ (28 April 1990) Good Weekend 10.
  • Graham, Duncan, ‘Terror Australis: The Making and Breaking of a Racist Master Plan’ (6 October 1990) Good Weekend 10.
  • Greason, David, ‘Australia’s Racist Far-Right’ in Chris Cunneen, David Fraser and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia (1997) 188.
  • Greason, David, ‘“Look Mum, No Shirt”: Media Representations of Young Nazis’ in Judith Bessant and Richard Hil (eds) Youth, Crime and the Media: Media Representation of and Reaction to Young People in relation to Law and Order (1997) 165.
  • Greenland, Hall, ‘On the Road to Prejudice’ (1995) Feb 4-5 Australian Magazine 22.
  • Griffin, Jacqui, ‘Anti-lesbian/gay violence in schools’ in Gail Mason and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Homophobic Violence (1997) 104.
  • Griffith, Gareth - NSW Parliamentary Library Research Service, Sedition, Incitement and Vilification: Issues in the Current Debate, Briefing Paper No. 1/06 (2006).
  • Gunn, Katrina – Parliament of Australia: Parliamentary Library, Crimes Act Amendment (Incitement to Violence) Bill 2005 (Cth).

H

  • Hage, Ghassan, ‘Chapter 1: Evil White Nationalists 1: The Function of the Hand in the Execution of Nationalist Practices’ in White Nation: Fantasies of White Supremacy in a Multicultural Society (1998).
  • Harris, B, ‘Race Vilification Laws: A Comparative Perspective’ (1999) 6(1-2) Canberra Law Review 257.
  • Harrison, Joel, ‘Truth, Civility and Religious Battlegrounds: The Contest between Religious Vilification Laws and Freedom of Expression’ (2006) 12 Auckland University Law Review 71.
  • Hazeldine, Ian, ‘Aspects of Racism in the Australian Context: Issues of Definition and Action’ (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 149.
  • Hennessy, Nancy and Smith, Paula, ‘Have We Got It Right? NSW Racial Vilification Laws Five Years On’ (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 249.
  • Herlihy, J M, ‘Reducing Violence, Crime and Fear of Crime in Gay and Lesbian Communities’ in Peter Grabosky and Marianne James (eds) The Promise of Crime Prevention: Leading Crime Prevention Programs (1995), 8.
  • Higgins, Ean and Buckley-Carr, Alana, Aboriginal Girl First to Face Race-Hate Law (2006) The Australian.
  • Hill, Lisa, ‘Parliamentary Privilege and Homosexual Vilification’ in Katharine Gelber and Adrienne Stone (eds), Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia (2007) 82.
  • Hogg, Russell, ‘Review Essay: Criminology, Violence and the Nation State {Review of: S Mukherjee and A Graycar, ‘Crime and Justice in Australia’ (2nd ed, 1997); C Cunneen et al ‘Faces of Hate: Hate Crimes in Australia’; Dan Smith ‘The State of War and Peace Atlas’(3rd ed, 1998)} 9(3) Current Issues in Criminal Justice 336.
  • Hollinsworth, David, Race and Racism in Australia (2006).
  • Holton, Robert J, Public Disorder in Australia between 1985 and 1989, with Particular Reference to Immigration and Multiculturalism (1990) (unpublished report to the Office for Multicultural Affairs, Centre for Multicultural Studies, Flinders University of South Australia).
  • Howe, Adrian, ‘More Folk Provoke their own Demise: Homophobic Violence and Sexed Excuses: Rejoining the Provocation Law Debate, Courtesy of the Homosexual Advance Defence’ (1997) 19(3) Sydney Law Review 336.
  • Huijser, Hendrik (2004) Internet Hate: Exploring the Limits of Free Speech (2004) 5(1) Australian Mosaic 27.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991).
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘Background to the National Inquiry into Racist Violence’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 3.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘Racist Violence, Human Rights and Australian Law’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 25.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘History of Racist Violence in Australia’
    in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 37.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘Racist Violence against Aborigines’
    in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 69.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘Racist Violence on the Basis of Ethnic Identity’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 137.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘Racist Violence against Persons Opposed to Racism’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 181.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), Racist Violence - The Overseas Experience’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 229.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘The Need for Change’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 259.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘Legal Measures and Law Enforcement to Combat Racist Violence’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 273.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘Strategies to Confront Racism’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 337.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘Overview of Group Discussions Co-ordinated by the Office of Multicultural Affairs’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 415.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), ‘Tabulation of Alleged Incidents Reported to the Inquiry’ in Racist Violence: Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia (1991) 475.
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), Isma - Listen : National Consultations on Eliminating Prejudice against Arab and Muslim Australians (2004).
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC), Living with Racism: The Experience and Reporting by Arab Muslim Australians of Discrimination, Abuse and Violence since September 11, 2001, (2004).
  • Hunt, Nigel, ‘The Dark Side of Adelaide: Sex, Fear, Perversion and a Serial Killer’ in Malcolm Brown (ed) Australian Crime: Chilling Tales of Our Time (1993) 141.

I

  • Iltis, Judith, ‘Violence in Australia: A Bibliography: 1990s Update’ in Sandra J Egger and Duncan Chappell (eds) Australian Violence: Contemporary Perspectives 2 (1995) 395.
  • Imtoual, Alia, ‘I didn’t know if it was illegal for her to talk about my religion in a job interview: Young Muslim Women’s Experiences of Religious Racism in Australia’ (2006) 19(2) Australian Religious Studies Review 189.
  • Iredale, Robyn, Nugent, Stephen and Wilkie, Meredith, ‘Racist Violence’ (1990) May/June Queensland Police Union Journal 37.
  • Irwin, Jude, Gregoric, Mel and Winter, Barbel, ‘Violence against Homeless Young Lesbians’ in Gail Mason and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Homophobic Violence (1997) 91.

J

  • Jackson-Nakano, Ann and Moss, Irene, ‘No Reason to be Complacent on Racist Violence’ (1990) 81 Migration 7.
  • James, Pierre, ‘Racist Violence: A Critique of the Report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia’ (1991) 68(4) Current Affairs Bulletin 22.
  • James, Steve, ‘The Policing of Right-Wing Violence in Australia’ (May 2005) 6(2) Police Practice and Research 103.
  • Jessup, B, ‘Five Years On: A Critical Evaluation of the Racial Hatred Act 1995’ (2001) 6(1) Deakin Law Review 91.
  • Johnson, Holly, ‘Experiences of Crime in Two Selected Migrant Communities’ (2005) 302 Trends and Issues in Criminal Justice 1.
  • Jones, Jeremy, ‘Holocaust denial: “clear and present” racial vilification’ (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 169.
  • Jones, Melinda, ‘Empowering Victims of Racial Hatred by Outlawing Spirit-Murder’ (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 299.
  • Jones, Melinda, ‘Racial Vilification Laws: A Solution for Australian Racism?’ (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 140.
  • Jones, Melinda, ‘The Legal Response: Dealing with Hatred – A User’s Guide’ in Chris Cunneen, David Fraser and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia (1997) 214.
  • Jonston, Peter, ‘“More than Ordinary Men Gone Wrong”: Can the Law know the Gay Subject?’ (1996) 20(4) Melbourne University Law Review 1152.
  • Jureidini, Ray, ‘Origins and Initial Outcomes of the Racial Hatred Act 1995’ (1997) 5(1) People and Place 30.

K

  • Kappelle, Liza, ‘Irony in Teenager Charged with Racial Vilification’ The Sunday Times (Perth), 1 June 2006.
  • Keenan, Elizabeth, ‘All Fired Up about Faith’ (2005) 26 (Aust/NZ edition) Time South Pacific 29.
  • Kerbaj, Richard, Jewish Groups Want Hate Crimes Squad (2008) The Australian.
  • Keyzer, Patrick, Racism, Religious Intolerance and the Law (2007).
  • King, D and Taylor, P, ‘Extremely Vulnerable’, The Australian (Sydney) 24 December 2005, 20.
  • Kirkland, Alan, ‘All the Queen's Men’ 7(2) Polemic 95.
  • Kissane, Karen, ‘A Culture of Race Hatred: The Human Rights Commission cites Police as Major Perpetrators of Violence’ (29 April 1991) 17 Time Australia 48.
  • Kmiecic, Eva, Leibler, Isi and Wakim, Joseph, ‘Racial Vilification’ (May 13 1995) ‘National Immigration & Population Outlook Conference (NIPOC) 1995’ – Special Edition Bureau of Immigration, Multicultural and Population Research (BIMPR) Bulletin 42.
  • Knoll, David, ‘Anti-vilification Laws: Some Recent Developments in the United States and their Implications for Proposed Legislation in the Commonwealth of Australia’ (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 211.

L

M

  • Maher, Laurence, ‘Free Speech and its Postmodern Adversaries’ (2001) 8(2) Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law.
  • Mahoney, Kathleen E, ‘Hate Vilification Legislation and Freedom of Expression: Where is the Balance?’ (Paper presented at the Racism and Anti-Semitism in Contemporary Australia Conference, Melbourne, 11-12 June 1994) (1994) 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights 353.
  • Mansouri, Fethi et al, The Impact of Racism upon the Health and Wellbeing of Young Australians (2009) Deakin University Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation.
  • Marr, David, ‘How Can We Square Freedom with Anti-Vilification Laws?’ (1998) 9(4) HIV/AIDS Legal Link 10.
  • Martin, Brett, ‘Urban Warfare’ (November 10 1998) 117(6148) Bulletin 26.
  • Mason, Gail, ‘Violence against Lesbians and Gay Men’ (1993) Violence Prevention Today No 2. Australian Institute of Criminology.
  • Mason, Gail, ‘Hate Crime: Homophobia as an Example’ (1995) 4 Criminology Aotearoa/New Zealand 10.
  • Mason, Gail, ‘Are you a Boy or a Girl?’: Heterosexism and Verbal Hostility’ in Chris Sumner et al, International Victimology: Selected Papers from the 8th International Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposium held 21-26 August 1994, Adelaide (1996) 91.
  • Mason, Gail, ‘Boundaries of Sexuality: Lesbian Experience and Feminist Discourse on Violence against Women (1997) 7 Australian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal 41.
  • Mason, Gail, ‘Heterosexed Violence: Typicality and Ambiguity’ in Gail Mason and Stephen Tomsen (eds), Homophobic Violence (1997) 15.
  • Mason, Gail, ‘Marking Sexual Desire’ in S Cook and J Bessant (eds), Australian Women's Experiences of Violence (1997) 55.
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