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Melbourne: Seminar: Asylum Seeker Policies Seminar Series: Children’s Rights and Australia’s Criminal Justice System

17 October 2016 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

United Nations Association of Australia Australia’s Human Rights performance has recently been examined as part of the United Nations Universal Periodic Review. United Nations member states have recommended increased attention to human rights in several areas, including Australia’s policies with respect to asylum seekers; children’s rights and juvenile justice; and LGBQTI rights and marriage equality.

UNAA Victoria, in partnership with Deakin University School of Humanities and Social Sciences, is proud to present a series of seminars which bring together academic and community experts in UNAA Victoria, in partnership with Deakin University School of Humanities and Social Sciences, is proud to present a series of seminars which bring together academic and community experts in constructive dialogue about positive human rights change with respect to these issues.

Join us for these seminars to be held at the Deakin City Centre on 28 September and 17 October. The seminars are free of charge but registration is required.

SPEAKERS:

Megan Mitchell, National Children’s Commissioner

Dr Wendy O’Brien Lecturer, Criminology, Deakin University

 

For more information: UNAA Human Rights Seminar

Details

Date:
17 October 2016
Time:
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Organiser

UNAA Victoria, in partnership with Deakin University School of Humanities
Website:
http://www.unaa.org.au/event/asylum-seeker-policies-seminar-series-childrens-rights-and-australias-criminal-justice-system/?instance_id=27669

Venue

Deakin City Centre, Level 3
550 Bourke St
Melbourne, Victoria Australia
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