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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 We're All Going on a Summer Holiday
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'Agreeing on a holiday destination with your mother takes four days and twenty-eight phone calls.' (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon The Lifted Brow no. 33 March 2017 11019933 2017 periodical issue

    'The Australian Senate is soon to debate a bill that, if passed, would prevent people who arrive by boat seeking asylum in Australia from ever gaining long-term settlement and protection, and, as a consequence, ultimately rewrite the definition of ‘refugee’ in this country. Allegedly a deterrent to people smugglers and an effort to stop people drowning at sea, the proposal is the product of a policy that attempts to shift the meaning of words in order to violate human rights and international law, gag information, and dehumanise victims.' (Editorial Introduction (Brady-Brown, Annabel and Dzunko, Zoe Lifted Brow, The, No. 33,(3))

    2017
    pg. 105-110
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