Human Rights Advocates
By Human Rights Advocates
We wish we could say we are living in a country where anyone with a disability or protected attribute was not discriminated against ever…but unfortunately it’s just not the case. Instead of getting better as time goes on, it seems to be getting worse.
As you know, the “pandemic” has highlighted the importance of the preservation of our human rights more than ever before in Australia’s history.
Human Rights Advocates are an advocacy service who are committed to helping your side be heard when dealing with organisations who have infringed upon your human rights. Our team consists of advocates, researchers and legal counsel.
We started this business because we were dismayed to see so many vulnerable members of the community being discriminated against because they were unable to wear a mask when the mandates were introduced.
Since beginning with masks, we have now ventured into other areas. Slowly but surely, we see more and more of our human rights being taken away. It’s so insidious, a lot of people don’t even realise it’s happening. But there is no doubt, we have less freedoms than we did 20 years ago and some would say in Victoria, less than Communist China.
Rest assured, if you lodge a complaint with us and it goes outside the scope of advocacy, we can refer you to our expert legal counsel, who is another passionate human rights fighter. They will advise of your best course of action before charging you a thing.
If you have been discriminated against due to a mask issue by your employer or an organisation, are being forced to do Covid tests for employment or have the “vaccination” or anything else where you feel your human rights have been violated, then please reach out and we can provide you with guidance, support and ways we can help advocate on your behalf.
Human rights recognise the inherent value of each person, regardless of background, where we live, what we look like, what we think or what we believe. They are based on principles of dignity, equality and mutual respect, which are shared across cultures, religions and philosophies. They are about being treated fairly, treating others fairly and having the ability to make genuine choices in our daily lives.
Respect for human rights is the cornerstone of strong communities in which everyone can make a contribution and feel included.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations on 10 December 1948, sets out the basic rights and freedoms that apply to all people. Drafted in the aftermath of World War Two, it has become a foundation document that has inspired many legally-binding international human rights laws.
During the Covid crisis human rights have become a focus for many people. Throughout the panic, it seems a lot of basic human rights fell by the wayside.
Human Rights Advocates was born from a passion to protect and advocate for vulnerable members of our community in Victoria who are unable to wear a mask due to a disability as defined under the Disability Discrimation Act 1992 (Cwth).
Human Rights Advocates will vehemently & passionately advocate for our client’s human rights to be protected & upheld.
If you feel as though you have been discriminated against, please reach out by submitting a formal complaint* on our site. You can & will remain anonymous unless you tell us otherwise.