Giving ‘proper consideration’ under the Human Rights Act 2019 (QLD)

Making a decision or acting in a way that gives ‘proper consideration’ to human rights requires service providers to ask: which rights are relevant, what is the impact of my action or decision, and if a limitation is reasonable and justifiable?


Giving ‘proper consideration’ to a person’s human rights in complex situations is not always second nature, but to meet your obligations under the Act it needs to become a cornerstone of your decision-making process.   

At July’s Human Rights Housing and Homelessness workshop we help you build your confidence in giving proper consideration under the Act, so you become fluent in human rights decision making. 

You will work through case studies to practise the process of giving proper consideration. An overview of the human rights framework for decision-making will be provided along with a guide to help you understand the consideration process.  

Time: 3:00pm to 4:30pm 

Date: Thursday, 15 July 

Location: Online via Zoom 

 

When
15 July 2021 - 3:00 pm through  4:30 pm
Location
Online via Zoom
QLD
Australia