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FRANK BRENNAN is a Jesuit priest, professor of law at the Australian Catholic University, and adjunct professor at the College of Law and the National Centre for Indigenous Studies at the Australian National University. He has written a number of books on indigenous issues and civil liberties. His most recent books are No Small Change (2015), which examines indigenous issues in Australia's Constitution, Tampering with Asylum (2003), which compares Australia’s asylum policies with those of other first-world countries, and Acting on Conscience (2007), which looks at the place of religion in Australian politics and law. In 2009, he chaired the National Human Rights Consultation. He is an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for services to Aboriginal Australians, particularly as an advocate in the areas of law, social justice and reconciliation.
ALL TITLES BY FRANK BRENNAN
Tampering With Asylum
Tampering With Asy...
Frank Brennan


By denying the Tampa and its cargo of asylum seekers permission to dock at the nearest landfall of Christmas Island, Australia signalled that it was dramatically closing its national borders. Trading ...


Tampering With Asylum Revised Edition
Tampering With Asy...
Frank Brennan


'A timely, topical book...penetrating.' - CANBERRA TIMES 'A valuable contribution to the assessment of our treatment of asylum seekers.' - JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIAN STUDIES REVIEW OF BOOKS 'Necessary Re ...


Acting On Conscience: How Can We Responsibly Mix Law, Religion And Politics?
Acting On Conscien...
Frank Brennan


Is there a place for personal beliefs in public life? Is a Catholic health minister in a fit position to legislate on women’s issues such as the right to an abortion pill? When the prime minister inv ...


No Small Change: The Road to Recognition for Indigenous Australia
No Small Change: T...
Frank Brennan


Written by one of our most respected commentators on legal and human rights issues, No Small Change is a vital contribution to our understanding of indigenous affairs.