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Foundation Of Law Final Essay ---(Human Right)

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Law Government Politics Human rights National human rights institutions Human rights education Human Rights Act Human rights in Australia Australian Human Rights Commission International human rights law Parliamentary sovereignty New Zealand Bill of Rights Act
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Law Government Politics Human rights National human rights institutions Human rights education Human Rights Act Human rights in Australia Australian Human Rights Commission International human rights law Parliamentary sovereignty New Zealand Bill of Rights Act
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The Framework focuses on promoting human rights education, enhancing domestic and international engagement on human rights issues and improving human rights protection through greater parliamentary scrutiny.1 The Government alleges that the Framework does reflect the key recommendations of the Human Rights Consultation Committee.2 Nevertheless, the Government does not adopt the recommendation of Human Rights Act (HRA), which means the Government has missed, at least until 2014, the opportunity to provide a comprehensive human rights protection at a federal level. This paper would be analyzing the reforms has been mentioned in the Framework for protecting and promoting human rights for the more vulnerable group in Australia. Indigenous people and Homosexuality would be discussed as two typical examples for the mo...
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