Registration: Due to limited places, please register by Wednesday 17 April 2019

The UQ School of Education in conjunction with the TC Beirne School of Law are hosting a panel discussion for principals and school leaders about the Implications of the Right to Education in the Human Rights Act 2019.

In February 2019, the Queensland Legislative Assembly passed the Human Rights Act. Uniquely for Australia, this Act provides for both a Right to Education focused on inclusion and equality, and a mechanism to bring complaints to the Human Rights Commission.  

This new right and the new option for complaining have the potential to bring life-changing reforms to the way education is received by individual children with disabilities and other complex needs – but also challenges for school leaders in understanding the implications of the new Act in their work.

Speakers include:

Date: Wednesday 24 April 2019. 2169704.png Add to calendar.

Time: 7:30am for 8:00am-10:00am (coffee and light refreshments served from 7.30am) 

Venue: Terrace Room, Level 6, Sir Llew Edwards Bldg #14, Campbell Rd, UQ, St Lucia  

Cost: $30 

Contact Ady Boreham
School of Education
P 07 3365 6227 

Parking and Directions
Entrance to UQ is via Sir Fred Schonell Drive. Paid parking is available on University Drive, Campbell Road or Mill Road car parks. A number of public transport options are also available.


Tickets are $30 through Eventbrite


Level 6, Sir Llew Edwards Bldg #14, Campbell Rd, UQ, St Lucia
Terrace Room