The outgoing Australian Human Rights Commission president says there is clear evidence of this ‘serious regression’

Women in Australian public life face mounting attacks which constitute a “serious regression” of human rights, the outgoing Australian Human Rights Commission president, Gillian Triggs, has warned.

In her final Senate estimates before she concludes her five-year term in July, Triggs offered an extended meditation on the role of women in public life, concluding there was “clear evidence” of mounting sexist attacks.

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