Read On! Australian Feminist Law Journal

The Editorial Board of the Australian Feminist Law Journal is pleased to announce the publication of its latest issue. The articles in this issue examine some of the most timely and urgent contemporary problems: human milk banking; tampon tax in Australia; rethinking queerness and culture in India; environmental violence and GBV in Colombia; critical and mainstream feminist coalitions at the ECtHR; cultural-legal analysis of Netflix’s series ‘13 Reasons Why’; and Muslim women in Australian navigating the legal system and DFV. The AFLJ accepts submissions, and publishes articles on a rolling basis.

For further information see their Aim & Scope.

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