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Peak Care Queensland Asks why we need a Human Rights Act

10-Feb-2016

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.

13-Jun-2018

$2 million boost for a Human Rights Act

$2 million boost for a Human Rights Act This morning's Courier Mail reports that more than $2 million will be handed to Queensland’s Anti-Discrimination Commisson to help it administer a yet..Read more

20-Apr-2018

Queensland's all-too-slow human rights movement

Published Friday April 13th in The Justinian (http://justinian.com.au/home/queenslands-all-too-slow-human-rights-movement.html): Nick Bonyhady reports on what has happened to the propo..Read more

13-Apr-2018

Rob Hulls on hand as Queensland mulls human rights act

Rob Hulls, who engineered the Victorian Charter of Human Rights, has met with the Palaszcuk Government to discuss a Human Rights Act in Queensland. Read on in Sarah Elk's article in The Austra..Read more