Human Rights Network: Consultation Draft of the Anti-Discrimination Bill 2024

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Join us to discuss the Anti-Discrimination Bill 2024 consultation with the Queensland Human Rights Commissioner Scott McDougall.

The Human Rights Network is a community services sector network for those deepening their capacity to understand human rights and apply this to their work.
It provides an opportunity to share experiences, information and resources on human rights and social justice matters within the community services sector, as well as identifying common issues across the sector to inform advocacy and submissions. Meetings offer guest speakers and discussion on a range of topics, while access to peers and experts provides a community of knowledge and experience to draw on for everyday support.

Involvement is open to anyone working in community services non-government organisations in Queensland.

Topic: Queensland Government Anti-Discrimination Bill 2024 consultation

The QCOSS Human Rights Network will be joined by the Queensland Human Rights Commissioner, Scott McDougall, to discuss the Queensland Government’s consultation draft of the Anti-Discrimination Bill 2024.

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is seeking feedback on the Bill which will replace the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991.
QCOSS is hosting an event to discuss key insights into the new Bill and to provide attendees with an opportunity to ask questions about this important reform and consider their own response to the consultation.

Submissions to the consultation are due by 5pm on Friday 22 March 2024


11 March 2024 - 10:30 am through 11:30 am
Online via Microsoft Teams