Updating the Sunshine Coast on the campaign for a Human Rights Act for Queensland


A Human Rights Act for Queensland?

The Queensland Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee has been inquiring into whether Queensland needs a Human Rights Act.

Last week, the Committee held a public hearing in Brisbane where witnesses were called who both support and oppose the introduction of a Human Rights Act. The Committee also heard from advocates, academics and representatives of community groups. 


It's time for answers

On September 19, the campaign for a HRA4Q is teaming up with QUT Law School, Queensland Council of Civil Liberties and Australian Lawyers for Human Rights to offer an event discussing where our Hu..Read more


$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


Queensland's all-too-slow human rights movement

Published Friday April 13th in The Justinian ( Nick Bonyhady reports on what has happened to the propo..Read more