George Christensen alerts Human Rights Commission to ‘vote no’ sacked worker – ABC Online

September 20, 2017
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Government backbencher George Christensen has asked the Australian Human Rights Commission (HRC) to investigate a worker who was sacked for decorating her Facebook profile photo with an ‘It’s OK to vote no’ filter. Madlin Sims, who runs a Canberra …
Same-sex marriage: Fair Work to investigate teen ‘let go’ over No voteThe Australian
‘No’ voter fires back after getting the sackNEWS.com.au
Katrina Stokes: Right or not, our online lives can be used against usThe Advertiser
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