Human Rights Advocacy Tool


This Human Rights Advocacy Tool outlines which international human rights norms are relevant to social security laws and policies, and how those norms can be used in a domestic advocacy setting. Although it has been developed as an advocacy tool for Economic Justice Australia, it has the potential to be adapted to any area of law reform or policy advocacy.

This tool was originally developed by Bill Mitchell from Townsville Community Law (EJA member) and Jessica Chapman from Wotton + Kearney (EJA pro bono law firm partner) in August 2018.

A recording on a recent webinar on how to use the tool is available on the CLC QLD website.