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Australian Human Rights Commission
The Department is responsible for immigration and customs border policy, as well as:
- national security and law enforcement policy
- emergency management, including crisis management and disaster recovery
- counter terrorism policy and coordination
- cyber security policy and coordination
- countering foreign interference
- critical infrastructure protection
- multicultural affairs
- countering violent extremism programs
- transport security.
Close the Gap: Indigenous Health Campaign
We aim to close the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health gap. We want to do this by implementing a human rights based approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Racism. It Stops With Me.
Racism. It Stops With Me is a national campaign that provides tools and resources to help people and organisations learn about racism and take action to create change.
The campaign invites us to ask ourselves important questions about the role of racism in shaping society, the way we see ourselves and how we interact with one another.
Racism. No Way
The Racism. No way! project aims to assist Australian school communities and education systems to recognise and address racism in the learning environment.
The project is managed by the NSW Department of Education and Communities on behalf of government and non-government education systems across Australia.
Refugee Council of Australia
The Refugee Council of Australia advocates on issues relating to refugee protection at both a national and international level. Issues identified in our annual community consultations often relate to concerns that refugee and humanitarian entrants in Australia have about people they are connected to living in precarious situations in other parts of the world.
STARTTS is a specialist, not-for-profit organisation that was established in 1988. It provides culturally relevant psychological treatment and support, and community interventions, to help people and communities heal the scars of torture and refugee trauma and rebuild their lives in Australia.
STARTTS also fosters a positive recovery environment through the provision of training to services, advocacy and policy work.
Women with Disabilities Australia
Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA) represents and advocates for women, girls, feminine identifying and non-binary people living with disabilities across Australia.
WWDA’s work involves a broad range of activities and projects that aim to promote human rights and end all forms of discrimination and violence on the basis of disability and gender.