ACT Human Rights Commission
|Group Name||ACT Human Rights Commission|
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The ACT Human Rights Commission was established in 2006 to promote and protect the rights and wellbeing of all people living in the Australian Capital Territory.
The Commission is an independent statutory agency established by the Human Rights Commission Act 2005.
There are three separate Commissioners within the Commission, each with different responsibilities and functions:
|Contact Name||Katherine Horak|
|Address||GPO Box 158|
Canberra City ACT 2601
|Physical Location||Level 4, 12 Moore Street, Civic.|
|Physical Location Post Code||2601|
|Additional Information||The ACT Human Rights Commission was established to promote the human rights and welfare of people living in the Australian Capital Territory and to deal with complaints about services relevant to the Commission's jurisdictions. The Commission is able to consider complaints about: • Health services; • Services for older people; • Services for people with a disability; • Services for children and young people; • Services for carers of children and young people, older people, people with a disability, and people accessing heath services; and • Discrimination and sexual harassment|
|Categories||Women, Men, Ethnic and Indigenous|
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