Catholic Education: Children Family & Community Professional Development Day. Australia’s Human Rights Framework. The United Nations and Universal Declaration. Creating the United Nations (1945) The Universal Declaration (1948). World H.R Congress, Vienna (1993)
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Creating the United Nations (1945)
The Universal Declaration (1948).
World H.R Congress, Vienna (1993)
Australia’s Human Rights Framework (2010)
What are the seven core treaties Australia is party to?
What are human rights?
What does it mean for you as educators.
Key National Priorities:
Reaffirming a commitment to our human rights obligations
The importance of Human rights education: enhance support for human rights education across community, including primary and secondary schools and the public sector.
Enhancing our domestic & international engagement on hr
Improving human rights protections including greater parliamentary scrutiny
Achieving greater respect for human rights principles within the community.
Launched in 2010.
Real and lasting change requires community engagement. It is for this reason that human rights education is the centrepiece of Australia’s HRF.
This program will include the government/public servants; professions; educators; and communities.
Human Rights education: enhance support for human rights education across the community, including primary & secondary schools and the public sector.