Overview of human rights laws in Australia with particular focus on education and health rights

Overview of human rights laws in Australia with particular focus on education and health rights

Find out about different human rights issues in Australia and internationally - links to media, legislation, treaties, magazine articles and case studies

Find out about different human rights issues in Australia and internationally - links to media, legislation, treaties, magazine articles and case studies

What's been in the news lately about human rights?  Read these blog posts about human rights

What's been in the news lately about human rights? Read these blog posts about human rights

'By boat, no visa' ads to deter asylum seekers cost

'By boat, no visa' ads to deter asylum seekers could cost $37m

'By boat, no visa' ads to deter asylum seekers cost

Latest news on Australian immigration and asylum from the Guardian - Australia

Latest news on Australian immigration and asylum from the Guardian - Australia

Asylum Solutions: saving money with a more humane response

Asylum Solutions: saving money with a more humane response

Asylum seekers to be sent to Nauru - concerns for their safety

Asylum seekers to be sent to Nauru - concerns for their safety

Pittance: Ramandeep, 13, earns about $1.20 a day stitching Summit balls bound for sale in Australia.

Pittance: Ramandeep, 13, earns about $1.20 a day stitching Summit balls bound for sale in Australia.

One Indian State Takes Strides to End Slavery by Equipping Law Enforcement

One Indian State Takes Strides to End Slavery by Equipping Law Enforcement


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What's been in the news lately about human rights?  Read these blog posts about human rights

What's been in the news lately about human rights? Read these blog posts about human rights

Human Rights in the Classroom – The Australian Human Rights Commission’s education resources - RightsED - are designed to help students gain a critical understanding of human rights and responsibilities, and to develop the attitudes, behaviours and skills to apply #humanrights in everyday life. RightsED resources are mapped to the national #curriculum and include interactive activities for #teachers and their #students.  RightsED resources are free to download and can be photocopied | AHRC

Human Rights in the Classroom – The Australian Human Rights Commission’s education resources - RightsED - are designed to help students gain a critical understanding of human rights and responsibilities, and to develop the attitudes, behaviours and skills to apply #humanrights in everyday life. RightsED resources are mapped to the national #curriculum and include interactive activities for #teachers and their #students. RightsED resources are free to download and can be photocopied | AHRC

Human rights in the school classroom - #pdhpe resources from Australian Human Rights Commission

Human rights in the school classroom - #pdhpe resources from Australian Human Rights Commission

Part II of the core: Human rights : Contemporary issues in Australia - Julian Burnside: Australia must never forget its shameful past

Part II of the core: Human rights : Contemporary issues in Australia - Julian Burnside: Australia must never forget its shameful past

Bringing Them Home - downloads to resources and activities that explore elements of Australian Indigenous history

Bringing Them Home - downloads to resources and activities that explore elements of Australian Indigenous history

The new Year 10 Civics and Citizenship course begins with a comparative study between Australia and a nation in Asia. The content descriptor reads: "The key features and values of Australia’s system of government compared with ONE other system of government in the Asia region." China Today is a 14-page resource that begins by prompting students to 'take' a snapshot of China's geographical location, economy and population. As students work through the resource, they will gain a sophisticated…

The new Year 10 Civics and Citizenship course begins with a comparative study between Australia and a nation in Asia. The content descriptor reads: "The key features and values of Australia’s system of government compared with ONE other system of government in the Asia region." China Today is a 14-page resource that begins by prompting students to 'take' a snapshot of China's geographical location, economy and population. As students work through the resource, they will gain a sophisticated…

They say that his proposals are more likely to deepen the United States’ economic pains, particularly if China or other targeted nations retaliate.

Experts Warn of Backlash in Donald Trump’s China Trade Policies

They say that his proposals are more likely to deepen the United States’ economic pains, particularly if China or other targeted nations retaliate.

Family and domestic violence We have payments and services to help you if you are experiencing family or domestic violence. Australian Government Department of Human Services

Family and domestic violence We have payments and services to help you if you are experiencing family or domestic violence. Australian Government Department of Human Services

Mao Zedong, also transliterated as Mao Tse-tung, and commonly referred to as Chairman Mao, was a Chinese communist revolutionary, political theorist and politician. The people, and the people alone, are the motive force in the making of world history.   Mao Zedong

Mao Zedong, also transliterated as Mao Tse-tung, and commonly referred to as Chairman Mao, was a Chinese communist revolutionary, political theorist and politician. The people, and the people alone, are the motive force in the making of world history. Mao Zedong

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