It is TasCOSS’s belief that the intention of the Tasmanian Government to address these historical injustices is an important statement in support of human rights.
Tasmania pays tribute to individuals and organisations based in Tasmania, by presenting the annual Tasmanian Human Rights Awards.
December 10 is a day to raise public awareness and knowledge of why human rights matter,
A human rights focus is particularly important when dealing with the issue of family violence.
“Tasmanian children in care are not living better lives than they were two, three or even five years ago, and that is simply not good enough.”
We are ready for shared, collaborative leadership approaches between government and its citizens.
Local people know their communities best, but don’t always have the resources to effect change.
Centrelink is using a new online system to compare their income records with the Australian Tax Office records.
Australians don’t expect their leaders to be super human. Just human will do. What we do expect is leadership
Every Tasmanian has rights to inherent human dignity, non-discrimination, equality, fairness and universality.