Rights and responsibilities

Australia, 1987

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Episode number 6 of Series “Film Australia’s Australia”.
This program is one of two dealing with politics in Australia during the course of this century. In “Rights and Responsibilities” the film segments have been selected to help students understand the Australian political process. Arranged in four themes, the program illustrates all levels in the political process. There are individuals fighting for their rights, pressure groups, society’s institutions, three levels of government, the monarchy and international relations.. Presented by Annette Shun Wah

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director

Ian Walker

producer

Jan Punch

Duration

00:57:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1987

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Film Australia's Australia

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Film Australia's Australia

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