Michael Kirby visits the University of Wollongong to talk about refugees, while announcing he's posted his 'Yes' vote

Desiree Savage
Updated October 3 2017 - 5:36pm, first published 5:30pm
HEAD STRONG: Michael Kirby - an international jurist, educator, former judge and honorary UOW Doctor of Laws - discussed Australia's non compliance of international laws on refugees in Wollongong on Tuesday. Picture: Sylvia Liber
HEAD STRONG: Michael Kirby - an international jurist, educator, former judge and honorary UOW Doctor of Laws - discussed Australia's non compliance of international laws on refugees in Wollongong on Tuesday. Picture: Sylvia Liber

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has announced nearly 60 per cent of all ballot papers in the same-sex marriage postal survey have been returned – and that of Michael Kirby’s is with them.

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