Portfolio Budget Papers
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In this e-bulletin:
- 2018 Human Rights Awards
- Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women’s Voices) submissions close November 30
- Children’s Commissioner releases UN report
- Race Discrimination Commissioner delivers his first speech
- United Nations Day
- Conversation toolkit for National Workplace Sexual Harassment inquiry
- See below for more...
The Australian Human Rights Commission is aware of a suspicious email circulated on January 18, falsely claiming to be from Commission staff.
The email is sent from the address legalright @ humanrights.gov.au, which is not an email address used by the Commission.
Recipients are advised not to open any attachments and to delete the email.
The Commission has reported the email to relevant law enforcement.
Four finalists have been selected from a diverse range of nominations for the 2018 Human Rights Awards’ Government Award.
This year marks the first time our Awards recognise Government as a stand-alone category.
“There are many Government groups and individuals helping others overcome discrimination and isolation and building tolerance and respect in the community and further afield,” said Australian Human Rights Commission President, Professor Rosalind Croucher.
The finalists are;
I begin by acknowledging the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet and pay my respect to the elders, past and present, and to acknowledge emerging community leaders of the Wadjuk people of the Nyungar nation and acknowledge any Indigenous guests attending today.