Anti-Discrimination Commission wraps up information sessions


The Anti-Discrimination Commission Information Sessions

The Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland's public information sessions on a Human Rights Act for Queensland have now wrapped up. 

All of the resources that were provided at the information sessions can be downloaded from the A Human Rights Act for Queensland campaign page.

Watch the video that featured in the information sessions here:

If you are thinking of making a submission to the inquiry there is still plenty of time! Submissions are due by 4pm on 18 April 2016. 

Don't miss this opportunity to have your say!


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