Queensland's Human Rights Inquiry tabled its final report


Human Rights Inquiry Final Report Tabled

Today Queensland's Human Rights Inquiry released it's report about whether a Human Rights Act should be introduced in Queensland.

Government members recommended the introduction of a Human Rights Act. 

However, the report is split down party lines with non-government members recommending against the introduction of a Human Rights Act for Queensland.

The campaign for a Human Rights Act for Queensland now keenly awaits the government's response the the inquiry's report.


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