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Human Rights in Australia  has no bill of rights. Human Rights require human rights protection for immigration detention in Australia states .

 

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Human Rights in Australia  has no bill of rights. Human Rights require human rights protection for immigration detention in Australia states

  Human Rights in Australia

Australia has ratified signed and agreed to implement Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), 1948 . Australia is the only western democracy with no bill of human rights. Australia claims numerous laws that protect human rights However, past ngo human rights reports that Human rights in Australia has not been protected human rights of its indigenous population. Australian Human Rights Commission is in fact not human rights body but a national independent statutory body of the Australian Government to look after human rights of its human beings.

The Australia Human Rights Commission has responsibility for the investigation of alleged infringements of human rights under Australia’s anti-discrimination legislation called human rights law .Matters that can be investigated by the Australia Commission include "human rights discrimination on the grounds of race, colour or ethnic origin, racial vilification, sex, sexual harassment, marital status, pregnancy, or disability." But human rights discrimination is not ratified by Australia as per Un declaration of human rights.
Leading NGO human rights reported violation of human rights of Children in Immigration and Detention
The Australia  human rights deny many basic rights outlined in the Convention on the Rights of the Child  living in immigration detention. The young students on study in Australia university from Asia and Africa, particularly India are reporting many race violations of human rights in Australia, but Australia is denying it after its police investigation of reported cases of human rights in Australia. Australia claims that Human rights are about equality and dignity for everyone in Australia. Human rights are important to Australia’s democracy. Human rights of Australia state has abolished death penalty in Australia since 1967.

Most human being of Australia live in either major cities, inner or outer regional areas of Australia, but Indigenous peoples living in remote or very remote areas are lacking health human rights. .

The White Australia policy of Australia which violates human rights. , The policy of excluding all non-white people from the Australian continent, was the unofficial policy of all governments and all mainstream political parties in Australia from the 1890s to the 1950s, and elements of the policy survived until the 1970s. It is grave human rights violations in Australia state. Although the expression “White Australia Policy which violates human rights.” was never in official use, it was common in political and public debate throughout the period . The term 'mandatory detention is violation of human rights in Australia states. It' describes the legislation and actions of the Australia government to detain all human beings entering the Australia states without a valid visa, including children. Ngo human rights needs to raise issue of human rights and advocating human rights courts as per Un human rights Charter 1948, to which Australia states has accepted.
National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention  held an inquiry into mandatory detention and found that many basic human rights outlined in the Convention on the human Rights of the Child were denied to children living in immigration detention.

The Inquiry on human rights of children has found that Australia laws that require the mandatory,  and effectively  immigration detention of children, and the way these laws are administered by the Commonwealth, have resulted in numerous and repeated breaches of the Convention on the human Rights of the Child.

The Inquiry has observed :

Monitoring of conditions in detention centers  require human rights protection in Australia.
Australia's detention laws and policy  require human rights protection in Australia.
Australia's refugee status determination system as it applies to children  require human rights protection in Australia.
unaccompanied children  require human rights protection in Australia.
religion, culture and languages  require human rights protection in Australia.
temporary protection visas.  require human rights protection in Australia.
These specific findings, based on evidence received by the Inquiry, were assessed against Australia's human rights obligations under the Convention on the Rights of the Child. From this, the Inquiry reached its major findings and recommendations which are under consideration of Australia Government. .
 

 Human Rights law American courtHuman Rights in Australia
Human Rights in Australia  has no bill of rights. Human Rights require human rights protection for immigration detention in Australia states

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