Any public contribution to an inquiry is called a submission. Submissions are actively sought by the Commission from a broad cross section of the community, as well as those with a special interest in particular inquiries.
Two of Australia’s leading advocates for survivors of child sexual abuse will deliver the 2019 Human Rights Day Oration – Chrissie Foster AM and The Honourable Peter McClellan AM QC.
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There are only three weeks left to nominate for the 2019 Human Rights Awards!
Each year the Human Rights Commission hosts the annual Human Rights Awards where the outstanding work of ordinary Australians, organisations, businesses and community groups is celebrated and commended. With so many Australians committing their lives to ensuring human rights and freedoms are enjoyed by all, on an equal basis, the Awards provide a platform to recognise their devotion to making Australia better.
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