Report: Victoria’s Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities in Action

Report: Victoria’s Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities in Action

This 2012 report documents 101 case studies from the first five years of the operation of Victoria’s Charter of Human Rights. They show that the Charter has delivered benefits including greater government accountability, more responsive public services, and a better deal for some of Victoria’s most vulnerable groups, such as people with disability, people with mental illness and people experiencing homelessness.

Download a copy of the report here.