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People who believe in human rights for the unborn are now criminals

Did you ever think you would live in a country that makes people criminals for expressing why babies should not be harmed?

Two criminal charges for communicating about abortion, have recently been accepted by the High Court and will be heard in due course.  Free speech, especially on hot button political issues, seems to be waning. How should we be able to communicate about issues we believe.

In this week’s Voice for Values, ACL’s Managing Director Martyn Iles and  Christopher Brohier, a barrister at the South Australia bar, discuss the underlying issues behind both cases.

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