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This Charter is founded on the following principles—
- • human rights are essential in a democratic and inclusive society that respects the rule of law, human dignity, equality and freedom; • human rights belong to all people without discrimination, and the diversity of the people of Victoria enhances our community; • human rights come with responsibilities and must be exercised in a way that respects the human rights of others;
- human rights have a special importance for the Aboriginal people of Victoria, as descendants of Australia's first people, with their diverse spiritual, social, cultural and economic relationship with their traditional lands and waters.
"discrimination", in relation to a person, means
discrimination (within the meaning of the
Equal Opportunity Act 1995) on the basis
of an attribute set out in section 6 of that Act;
Note: Section 6 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1995 lists a number of attributes in respect of which discrimination is prohibited, including age; impairment; political belief or activity; race; religious belief or activity; sex; and sexual orientation
8. Recognition and equality before the law
(1) Every person has the right to recognition as a person before the law.
(2) Every person has the right to enjoy his or her human rights without discrimination.
(3) Every person is equal before the law and is entitled to the equal protection of the law without discrimination and has the right to equal and effective protection against discrimination.
10. Protection from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment
15. Freedom of expression
Is it truly plausible that people can be compromised and kept in a perpetual state of fear from early childhood and on through all of adulthood today as a result of childhood indoctrination? Surely their Human Rights will have been breached if that is the case.
John Brown the author and publisher was born in Yea Victoria 3717 on 27 December, 1948. John grew up in Yea, he went to the Catholic school and then a final year at Yea High. He undertook an apprenticeship as a Hand and Machine Compositor/Linotype Mechanic at the local newspaper The Yea Chronicle. He left Yea ...... read more
Human rights for Catholic children exist only if they remain bonded through the abusive practices of a culture with the longest history of war, rape, genocide and child abuse humanity has ever encountered.
Human rights do not exist in the Catholic religion unless the perceived rights of gods, demons, angels, devils, poltergeists and a myriad of other mythical creatures and superstitions are met to the satisfaction of those traumatically bonded to Catholicism through their own abusive childhood experience