Smells great, looks fantastic but taste bland: The Victorian Charter
This is a study on the novel mechanisms within the Victorian Charter. More
The Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 (the Charter) is a Victorian law that sets out the basic rights, freedoms and responsibilities of all people in Victoria. It is about the relationship between government and the people it serves. The Charter requires public authorities, such as Victorian state and local government departments and agencies, and people delivering services on behalf of government, to act consistently with the human rights in the Charter. Twenty fundamental human rights are protected in the Charter because the Victorian Parliament recognises that, as human beings, we have basic rights, including the right to be treated equally, to be safe from violence and abuse, to be part of a family and to have our privacy respected.
In certain circumstances, some rights may be limited. However, this must be necessary and reasonable and there must be clear reasons for the decision. This is a study on the novel mechanisms within the Victorian Charter.
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