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National Human Rights Committee

The National Human Rights Committee was established in November 2013.  It considers matters referred to it by the Executive and the Secretariat of the Law Council. The primary purpose of the Committee is to advise the Law Council on the domestic implementation of Australia's key human rights obligations, having regard to the rights and issues that are of priority interest to the legal profession.

The Committee:

Issues
 

The work of the National Human Rights Committee includes:

Members
 

Contacts

Mr Nathan MacDonald
T. (02) 6246 3721
E. Nathan.MacDonald@lawcouncil.asn.au

Ms Kristen Zornada
T. (02) 6246 3755
E. Kristen.Zornada@lawcouncil.asn.au

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