Drs. Katharine Gelber and Siobhan O’Sullivan on “Trespass, free speech, and Australia’s “ag-gag” laws”

Dr. Katharine Gelber and Dr. Siobhan O’Sullivan published an opinion piece in ABC Religion & Ethics titled “Does democratic self-rule sometimes necessitate illegal activity? Trespass, free speech, and Australia’s “ag-gag” laws,” which addresses how ag-gag laws are a threat to free speech and democratic debate.

New article “Cat got your tongue? Free speech, democracy and Australia’s ‘ag-gag’ laws” by Dr. Katharine Gelber & Dr. Siobhan O’Sullivan (August 2020)

Dr. Katharine Gelber , Professor of Politics and Public Policy at the University of Queensland, & Dr. Siobhan O’Sullivan, lecturer in social policy at UNSW and host of the Knowing Animals podcast, published an article titled “Cat got your tongue? Free speech, democracy and Australia’s ‘ag-gag’ laws” in Australian Journal of Political Science. Abstract: In recent yearsContinue reading “New article “Cat got your tongue? Free speech, democracy and Australia’s ‘ag-gag’ laws” by Dr. Katharine Gelber & Dr. Siobhan O’Sullivan (August 2020)”