A report on the activities of the National Anti-Racism Strategy (2015-18)
The implementation of these high-level, human rights-based Principles will enhance the safety and well-being of international students in Australia. The Race Discrimination Commissioner encourages all those working with international students to...
The Australian Human Rights Commission is conducting a survey on the publication, Face the Facts: Some Questions and Answers about Indigenous Peoples, Migrants and Refugees and Asylum Seekers, and is interested in your feedback!
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Racial discrimination is when a person is treated less favourably than another person in a similar situation because of their race, colour, descent, national or ethnic origin or immigrant status.
Human rights issues affecting African Australian communities - Western Sydney and Perth Roundtables (2011)
The Commission facilitated two roundtable discussions in Western Sydney and Perth on 28 July and 23 September respectively. The roundtables brought together over 80 participants representing government departments/agencies, community organisations...
Back to projectsBuilding TrustWorking with Muslim communities in Australia: a review of the Community Policing Partnership Project2010Download in PDF [1.53MB]Download in Word [649KB]Ross HarveyRussell HoggMelissa BullAustralian Research Council...
This paper is produced from a workshop sponsored by the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Universities Australia and the Australian Human Rights Commission.
The Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth) (RDA) came into effect 33 years ago. It was Australia’s first federal law dealing with human rights and implemented a basic principle of international law: the principle prohibiting discrimination against...