Last week, Australian Human Rights President Cathy Branson launched the Commission’s new human rights engagement project ‘Something in Common’.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Mick Gooda, and National Coordinator Tackling Indigenous Smoking, Dr Tom Calma, are Co-chairs of the Close the Gap Campaign for Indigenous Health Equality. They will answer this...
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Mick Gooda will launch his first Social Justice and Native Title Reports in Sydney this Friday (11 February).
The Australian Human Rights Commission today released a Discussion Paper calling for submissions to the Inquiry into the treatment of individuals suspected of people smuggling offences who say they are children.
A plain English guide to help make Indigenous rights front and centre in Australian society is being launched this afternoon, Monday (13 December), in Sydney at the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Racism affects all Australians. As part of the federal government’s new multicultural policy, the National Anti-Racism Partnership and Strategy brings together key government agencies and NGOs to remove the spectre of racism in Australia.
Violence, harassment and bullying in Australia will come under the spotlight at the Australian Human Rights Commission’s annual Human Rights Medals and Awards Ceremony in Sydney on Friday, 10 December.
Back to media alerts Friday, 4 November 2011 Launch of the 2011 Social Justice and Native Title Reports The details are as follows: When: Friday, 25 November 2011 – 9am for 9:30am Where: The Foyer, New Law Building...
“Male Champions of Change” The Male Champions of Change are leaders of large Australian organisations committed to driving cultural change to increase the number of women in decision making roles. They commissioned the development of a practical...
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