Peak Care Queensland Asks why we need a Human Rights Act


Peak Care Queensland asks why we need a Human Rights Act

Peak Care Queensland is Queensland's peak body for Child Protection. Peak Care invited Aimee McVeigh from the campaign for a Human Rights Act for Queensland to explain what a Human Rights Act is and how it could improve the child protection system in Queensland.

The video interview was released on 10 February 2016 and is available here.


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