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The Australian Human Rights Centre is a Research Institute based in the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales established to:

  • Increase public awareness about human rights procedures, standards and issues within the Asia-Pacific region;
  • Provide accessible information on human rights to the general public, NGOs, government departments, human rights advocates, community legal centres, journalists, educators, researchers and students;
  • Undertake human rights research on matters of national and regional interest; and
  • Maintain a comprehensive collection of human rights documentation, provide an on-line database service, undertake research and prepare publications, organise human rights educational activities and, within available resources, respond to requests for advice in the area of human rights.
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This database is updated from data obtained from the Australian Human Rights Centre. There is generally some lag between the publication of material in the first instance and its publication on line. See the individual publications for further details.

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