James Farrell from the Queensland Association of Independent Legal Services explains to the ABC's Terri Begley how a Human Rights Act would assist Queenslanders with a disability and why now is the time for a Human Rights Act for Queensland.
James Farrell from the Queensland Association of Independent Legal Services explains how a Human Rights Act would assist Queenslanders with disability and all Queenslanders.
Yesterday, the Attorney-General referred the issue of a Human Rights Act for Queensland to the Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee.Read more
Today Queensland’s Attorney-General moved that the Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee inquire into whether Queensland needs a Human Rights Act.Read more
In the wake of the atrocities that occurred in Paris we need our fundamental freedoms more than ever, writes Rob Hulls in the Australian on 20 November.Read more
Amy McGuire from 98.9fm and Aimee McVeigh talk about how a Human Rights Act would protect all of us.
If a government is required to consider human rights while making decisions, a transparent dialogue with the people is created – the people can see their government cares about their rights.Read more
Last night at our campaign launch the Attorney General announced that the Queensland Government will refer the issue of a Human Rights Act for Queensland to a parliamentary committee inquiry during this term of government.
The Deputy Premier encouraged us "not to take your foot off the pedal” saying that the committee will need to hear from all of us about why we need a Human Rights Act and that proper community consultation is required.
The Brisbane Times has reported...