Australia’s first Children’s Commissioner, Megan Mitchell will on Monday launch her final report – one of the most comprehensive assessments of children’s rights ever produced in Australia.
The report makes clear that the mental health of Australian children is not being cared for sufficiently and that Governments must do more to ensure children’s wellbeing.
Event by PIAC
Over the past few weeks, the Government’s proposed Religious Discrimination Bill has been the subject of intense public debate.
PIAC are hosting a special forum to find out what it really means, its implications for human rights and potential impact on different groups within the Australian community.
Hear from the Human Rights Commissioner, anti-discrimination experts, as well as civil society representatives, about the positives, and negatives, of the Second Exposure Draft of the Bill.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has set out a template for change for how artificial intelligence (AI) and emerging technologies are developed and used in Australia.
In its Human Rights and Technology Discussion Paper, released today, the Commission makes wide-ranging proposals for safeguarding human rights and encouraging accessible, equal and accountable use of new technology in Australia.
A message from Australian Human Rights Commission President Rosalind Croucher
How we talk to each other matters.
It matters because words are powerful. Words shape our thinking and they inform our actions.
Words are the foundation stone upon which we build our communities.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has extended the date to hear from anyone on the key human rights priorities for Australia into the future.
Submissions for the Free and Equal: An Australian conversation on human rights project will be kept open until 29 November 2019.