Summary

Brochure with Maltese text providing information about human rights, obtaining assistance from the Commission, lodging complaints and a fear-off form for completion for lodging a complaint. It was produced and published by Human Rights Commission, Canberra, 1983.

The Australian Human Rights Commission is responsible for promoting and encouraging protection of human rights in Australia. It does this by reviewing and monitoring legislation, conducting public inquiries, investigating and conciliating complaints, providing policy advice and conducting human rights education to promote greater understanding of human rights issues in Australia.

Physical Description

Triple folded brochure with black cover featuring 2 hands reaching towards each other and green logo for 'Human Rights Commission'. Title text in white type on green band in Maltese language which translates as: 'The Racial Discrimination Act and You.'

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