Homophobia within the Law – Law Week Panel Presentation hosted by the Young Lawyers Committee

Wednesday 18th May, 2016 6:00 pm – Wednesday 18th May, 2016 7:30 pm
The Supreme Court of Western Australia
Stirling Gardens, Barrack Street PERTH

The law has and continues to discriminate against minorities within our community.

27 years ago, being homosexual was a criminal offence, punishable by imprisonment. 14 years ago, it was legal to fire someone based on their sexuality or because they identified as transgender.

Today, it remains illegal for members of the same sex to marry, making marriage difficult for transgender people and technically unachievable for those born intersex.

Join the Young Lawyers Committee at the 2016 Law Week Panel Discussion to discuss these and other WA laws that are creating barriers for our LGBTIQ community with an esteemed panel.

Attendance is free but registration is essential.


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