Knitting Nannas Challenge NSW Anti-protest Law

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Climate change activists among the knitting nannas  took the NSW Anti-protest laws to the Supreme Court – and their representative the NSW Environmental Defender’s Office says they’re awaiting judgement. But the rest of the other states, like South Australia, has moved to criminalise public protests. Razors Edge asks how will this impact our freedom of speech.

Interviewee: Elaine Johnson, Director of Legal Strategy, NSW Environmental Defender’s Office

Reporter/Producer:  Wendy Frew

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