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Why You and Australia urgently need a Bill of Rights


Why do we need a Bill of Rights in Australia?

Right now there is no legal obligation to provide or to protect Your Human Rights or the Human Rights of your children, family, friends or neighbors or any Australian citizen. This is a breach of trust that must be corrected.

A Bill of Rights is the first step in the process of enshrining into the laws of each State and Territory in Australia with an over-riding law set in place by the Federal government and by enshrining our right to be protected in our Constitution and the Constitution of each state and territory. When that happens you will then have Human Rights that can be protected via the legal system; currently this is not available to you or any other Australian.

The lack of Human Rights in Australia is a tragedy and a national disgrace

The lack of Human Rights in Australia has seen tragedy after tragedy where more than a million children have been abused and have no right to justice under our present laws; this has and continues to play a major role in the suicide of teenagers and survivors of abuse as children and the denial of the human right to justice by the Catholic and other Churches and institutions as shown by the recent Royal Commission.

The Australian Human Rights Law Centre states that "Australia is the only modern developed democracy not to enshrine human rights in a national law"

What can you do about it?

Get involved, donate, support, become a public or private Donor, learn more, join us, encourage others to join in, take our Challenge or spread this information as far and wide as you can or simply do it for yourself or for your children..

Why survivors need a say in Human Rights in Australia: Traditionally in Australia victims, survivors and their supporters have been blocked, bullied, lied to deceived and starved of funds want trauma informed and evidence based human rights protection for everyone while wealthy power crazed leaders of both church and government want to spend big $$ on blocking their every attempt to progress human rights, human dignity, child safety and protection and many more issues while concentrating power, management and control in the hands of a psychopathic few even if those delusional few pay homage and abeyance to a foreign country working under foreign rule with impunity in Australia. Worse than that your government currently used funds gathered to further our democratic process to deny democracy to the vast majority of Australians simply by pouring billions of Australian dollars into the coffers of the most nondemocratic process on the face of the planet while selling the population on the line that this is the best we can do. Baloney!

Where is the Fair Go in that Australia. A Fair Go would see our donate page ground into complete submission as we ramp up systems everywhere to enable us to build a truly democratic process by keeping those that abused and covered up out of our recovery and development processes. It's time we to make as much noise as we can, it's time to share around, send a comment in support, get involved, write an article, ask people to donate and ti spread the word so we can get started asap.

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examples of articles from the Universal Declaration

Article 1.

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

Article 2.

Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty.

Article 3.

Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.

Article 4.

No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms.

You can access the full declaration of Human Rights from here

Why do we need a Bill of Rights in Australia?

Right now there is no legal obligation to provide or to protect Your Human Rights or the Human Rights of your children, family, friends or neighbors or any Australian citizen. This is a breach of trust that must be corrected.

A Bill of Rights is the first step in the process of enshrining into the laws of each State and Territory in Australia with an over-riding law set in place by the Federal government and by enshrining our right to be protected in our Constitution and the Constitution of each state and territory. When that happens you will then have Human Rights that can be protected via the legal system; currently this is not available to you or any other Australian.

The lack of Human Rights in Australia is a tragedy and a national disgrace

The lack of Human Rights in Australia has seen tragedy after tragedy where more than a million children have been abused and have no right to justice under our present laws; this has and continues to play a major role in the suicide of teenagers and survivors of abuse as children and the denial of the human right to justice by the Catholic and other Churches and institutions as shown by the recent Royal Commission.

The Australian Human Rights Law Centre states that "Australia is the only modern developed democracy not to enshrine human rights in a national law"

What can you do about it?

Get involved, donate, support, become a public or private Donor, learn more, join us, encourage others to join in, take our Challenge or spread this information as far and wide as you can or simply do it for yourself or for your children..

more about Bills of Rights globaly

Magna Carta.

the concept of human rights from the Magna Carta Bill of Rights 1689

US Bill of Rights

George Mason was the principal architect of Virginia's Declaration of Rights. That document, which wove Lockean notions of natural rights with concrete protections against specific abuses, was the model for bills of rights in other states and, ultimately, for the federal Bill of Rights. History of the US Bill of Rights

Some recent examples of where Human Rights would have protected individual Australians if the Universal Declaration had been enshriend into our laws..

A Catholic child feels it is quite natural to have to bend to the wants of the Catholic God even when those directions come from rapist clergy. There are tens of thousands more who are yet to come forward; to understand that see the example involving Paul Levey as a child in rural Victoria.

Damian Dignan survivor of child sexual abuse. Damian came forward to accuse Cardinal George Pell..

Michael Mormina survivor of child sexual abuse South Australia government institutions.

Jan Skarbek St Xavier's College Victoria.

Bim Atkinson as an Anglican Church.

John Brown as a child born into the Catholic Culture.

Active and inclusive community engagement cannot take place while citizens remain the enemies of a religion

While under the control of clerics and a religion that has been and remains willing to define it's victims the children raped by clergy to be the enemy of the Church and subsequently they became the enemy of the state and thus tens of thousands of Australians had their human rights denied them.

Those basic human rights continue to be denied to hundreds of thousands of Australian victims of abuse by religion.

Learn more on how trauma and the control that brings to abusers allows that to happen

Had we had a Bill of Rights thousands of children would not have been raped in Australia.

Had we had a Bill of Rights and observed them many millions of Australians would have had no need to experience the abuse of their Human Rights.

Australia played a major role in the development of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights during the last years of the Second World War. The motto or catch-cry for many was "Never Again". Here we are almost 70 years later and we are still hearing #NeverAgain and Australia remains a non-binding signatory with few states having enshrined any of the Declaration into law. We can change that with your help.

In 2018 Australia remains the only modern developed democracy not to have enshrined human rights in nation wide laws and that is why we ask that you not turn away from this Human Rights issue any more.

Last Updated May 14, 2018 07:56:25. AEST

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