Workers across government engage with human rights every day and have legal obligations to take human rights into account. It's important that workers have the skills and understanding to act consistently with human rights.
The VPS Human Rights Network aims to provide information, ideas and networking opportunities to public sector employees who are interested in applying human rights in their work. Members of the network receive email updates, invites to events and resources to assist public decision-making.
All public sector workers with an interest in human rights can join – whether you're from state government, statutory agencies, local government, or other organisations delivering public services who have obligations under the Charter. Human rights does not have to be part of your job description for you to participate.
Interested in joining the network? Fill out the subscribe form on your right.
Your details will not be disclosed outside the Commission and you may unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link in the enewsletter.
About the Charter - includes guides for Victorian public sector workers and public authorities.
Good decision making with the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities – How council planning decisions can consider human rights
Rights and Risk - how human rights can influence and support risk management for public authorities in Victoria.
Everyday People Everyday Rights Toolkit - a suite of practial tools to help local councils protect and uphold human rights.
Court and tribunal decisions - a list of recent case summaries about public authorities and human rights.