legislation that’s now known as the Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986 (Cth). What then is the position of the Australian Human Rights Commission?
A major instance is the Convention on the rights of the Baby. Moreover, the High Court docket in Minister for Immigration and ethnic Affairs v Teoh determined that Australians have a ‘official expectation’ that government officers will take account of the treaties to which Australia is a celebration, even where they have not been implemented in domestic legislation. The Australian Constitution offers with human rights in what has been described as an ‘incoherent patchwork’.