In the matter of a prosecution of the Victorian and Australian Governments – in relation to their ongoing crimes against humanity since end-March 2020 arising from reckless and disproportionate public health measures

In an article published in 2011 in the Bulletin ofthe World Health Organization, Luc Bonneux and Wim Van Damme wrote: The repeated pandemic health scares caused by an avian H5N1 and a new A(H1N1) human influenza virus are part of the culture of fear. Worst-case thinking replaced balanced risk assessment. Worst-case thinking is motivated by Read More …

Right to liberty and security of person ~ (Human Rights & Responsibilities Act 2006) ~ Section 21.

Section 21 HRR Act 2006 states; 21 Right to liberty and security of person (1) Every person has the right to liberty and security. (2) A person must not be subjected to arbitrary arrest or detention. (3) A person must not be deprived of his or her liberty except on grounds, and in accordance with procedures, established by law. (4) A person who Read More …

MINDSPACE Influencing behaviour through public policy

Ministers and policy-makers need to consider fundamental questions around whether government should attempt to change behaviour. Traditional ways of changing behaviour, such as legislation, regulation, and incentives, can be very effective. MINDSPACE does not attempt to replace these methods. Rather, it extends and enhances them, adding new dimensions that reflect fundamental, but often neglected, influences Read More …