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Minister Andrew Stephenson’s statement on Sudan Declaration
UPMC Hospitals Recognized by HRC As Leaders In LGBTQ Care
Removal of all sex-based inequities in Indian Act
Latrobe City Draft Cultural Diversity Action Plan 2019 – 2023
Tanzania US-UK issue joint statement on recent indictment of investigative journalist
New toolkit to help engage and retain older workers
Social Security Advisory Committee appointment of interim chair
Collaery trial: process is not just or fair
Walk into a dystopian future at Monash Open Day
Canada Invests in LGBTQ2 communities
Lord Ahmad statement on sentencing of human rights activist and journalist Huang Qi
New CEO for national disabled people’s organisation
CDEI and Royal United Services Institute convene round tables to discuss use of algorithms
Breaking cycle of reoffending with career counselling
Lawyers welcome NSW Bill to remove abortion from Crimes Act
Community grants on offer to help end violence against women
Russia FCO spokesperson statement in response to Moscow arrests
Lord Ahmad statement on executions of three men in Bahrain
Readout of PM call with Prime Minister Trudeau 26 July 2019
British Embassy Ashgabat supports human rights projects
Statement on families accomodated at Broadmeadows Residential Precinct (BRP)
Appointment of Associate High Court Judge
NTEU University of Queensland Branch Statement on Peaceful Protests on Campus
People living with dementia and carers present federal government with solution to quality dementia care
Australia must halt arms exports to UAE and Saudi Arabia
Australia needs to be transparent about its military exports: Australian Arms Control Coalition
Australia must halt arms exports to UAE and Saudis – Oxfam
Elections and protection of healthcare workers and civilians in DRC
People living with dementia and carers present federal government with solution to quality dementia
QPS trains Human Rights Champions
British Embassy Guatemala City joined Capital Pride
Separated migrant children to access legal aid more easily
Public consultation on new laws launches to protect armed forces from historical allegations
Pregnant women and new parents to get enhanced redundancy protections
3Q: John Tirman on a new US human rights commission
GAD’s expertise supports government legal defence
Desperate Government stifling dissent with more anti-protest laws
Crack down on misuse of Non-Disclosure Agreements in workplace
Reflections on Security Council visit to Colombia
Lead Commissionner’s speech on a positive vision for countering extremism
National and regional experiences can enrich SDG monitoring of journalists’ safety
UNESCO shares its work on media and information literacy at UN HLPF side-events
Australia’s support for religious freedom dialogue
UK and Canada lead global campaign to defend media freedom
UK and Central America sign continuity agreement
Taylor helps shape global blockchain policy as OECD intern
Supporting international criminal justice
Changes urged to tackle mental health ‘human rights scandal’