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Seminar: 2015 Review of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities

Seminar: 2015 Review of the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities

By LIV Media

Advocacy Human Rights Networking 


Join Independent Reviewer of the Victorian Charter, Michael Brett Young, as he explores the recommendations he has made to enhance the accessibility and effectiveness of the Charter in his 2015 Report.

This seminar on 1 August from 1-2 pm, co-presented by the Victorian Bar and LIV, will discuss how these recommendations (if adopted by the Victorian Parliament) would improve and strengthen the operation of the Charter in the future.

There is no need to register for this free seminar.

For further details on the seminar please view this PDF.

To access the Independent Reviewer’s Final Report on the Charter view this PDF.

To access the LIV’s submission to the 2015 Charter Review view this PDF.

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