Timed to coincide with the start of the 2020 school year, this webinar uses the right to education as a practice example of how the Human Rights Act 2019 (Qld) can be used to bring clarity to tricky situations and offer families and individuals new ways to resolve problems. It will be especially useful to practitioners in generalist services, including primarily advice programs.
Our presenter for this session is Bridget Burton, the Director of the Human Rights and Civil Law Practice at Caxton Legal Centre. Bridget has practiced in anti-discrimination law and human rights law in the community legal sector for over 15 years where she has undertaken complex litigation including test case litigation, identified areas for law reform and lead law reform activities.
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