2.1        This chapter provides the conceptual foundation for the Inquiry and considers such questions as: What are traditional rights, freedoms and privileges? What is their source and where may they be found? How do they relate to human rights in international law and bills of rights? To what extent may Parliament interfere with traditional rights and freedoms? Should laws that limit rights and freedoms require particular scrutiny and justification and, if so, how might this be done—by applying what standard and following what type of process?