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but it does make me wonder - should I have been reporting every single thing that people said to me that was racially, religiously or sexually charged?
.'The Human Rights Commission would not confirm to Daily Mail Australia if a complaint had been made about Ms Abdel-Magied, who last year moved to the U. She did not disclose which of her tweets had prompted the complaint.
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The Dilnot Commission was set up in July 2010 by David Cameron's coalition Government, tasked with making recommendations for changes to the funding of care and support in England. The independent Commission is chaired by the economist Andrew Dilnot.
The founder of Youth Without Borders has been a magnet for controversy since April last year, when she linked Anzac Day with the plight of Palestinians and asylum seekers held in Papua New Guinea and Nauru.
While she apologised for that message, she last month stirred more controversy when she linked diversity quotas with Western colonialism.'Don't like 'diversity' quotas?