Background On 1 January 2020 the Human Rights Act 2019 (henceforth ‘the Act’) commenced operation in Queensland, enacting twenty-three human rights to form the foundation from which to build a stronger human rights culture in Queensland’s public sector. The newly established Queensland Human Rights Commission will be responsible for reviewing the Act in late 2023, […]
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