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Discrimination Sex Discrimination

Independent Review into Commonwealth Parliamentary Workplaces

The Australian Human Rights Commission is conducting an Independent Review (Review) into the workplaces of Commonwealth Parliamentarians and their staff, established by the Federal Government with the support of the Opposition and crossbench.

Discrimination Sex Discrimination

Stretching Flexibility

Stretching Flexibility examines the impact on women workers of demands to work increasingly flexible hours and changes to working time arrangements being negotiated in enterprise agreements. The report recommends that the ACTU develop a comprehensive policy on working time arrangements, building on...
Rural human rights
Rights Rights and Freedoms

The Human Rights of Rural Australians

Every person in Australia, regardless of who they are or where they live, is entitled to respect for and protection of their human rights. People living in remote, rural and regional Australia often find it harder to fully enjoy their human rights because of their location.
Disability Disability Rights

Education and disability

People with disabilities have the same human rights as all members of the community.
Disability Disability Rights

Human Rights and Disability Projects 1989 -2005

As well as performing functions under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992, the Commission undertakes a range of projects concerning the human rights of people with disabilities by reference to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. From time to time we will publish here...
Homeless man sleeping (c) Sonny Harlow
Rights Rights and Freedoms

Housing, homelessness and human rights

People experiencing homelessness face violations of a wide range of human rights. Access to safe and secure housing is one of the most basic human rights. However, homelessness is not just about housing.

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