Consider the law of the Commonwealth in the context of this issue.
With reference to the law and policy guidelines in that jurisdiction, respond to the following essay question:
Argue for or against the following proposition:
In the post- #MeToo era, Commonwealth law (and related national policy guidelines) strikes the right balance between protecting the rights of a sexual harassment complainant with the respondent’s right to procedural fairness. Referring to this article: ‘From #MeToo to #WhatNext?’, UNE Connect (Blog Post, 6 December 2019) < https://www.une.edu.au/connect/stories/2019/12/from-metoo-to-whatnext>In doing so, be sure to:
(a) accurately and succinctly summarise the relevant Commonwealth law; (Sex Discrimination Act 1984)(b) fairly represent and address the strongest counter-arguments against your position; and(c) draw upon primary and secondary sources to support your argument, including legislation, case law, journal articles and public policy documentation.
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