HREOC

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HREOCHuman Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (Australia)
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Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) 1997.
These concerns are not new, with many being similar to those raised in other reports such as the HREOC Report (2000) and the Commonwealth Schools Commission Report (1987).
HREOC (Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission) 2012 The CDEP scheme and racial discrimination, HREOC, Sydney, <www.human-rights.gov.au/sites/default/files/content/pdf/race_discrim/cdep_scheme.pdf> accessed 12 March 2017.
For other, less celebrated, reasons, 1997 was an auspicious year: HREOC handed down its 'Bringing Them Home' report following its inquiry into the widespread removal of Aboriginal children from their families between 1905 and the 1970s (National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families, 1997).
(17) Amicus Curiae Brief, R v Tang (High Court of Australia) (HREOC, Submission in Support for Leave to Intervene and Submissions on the Appeal, 5 May 2008)
2004; HREOC 2005; LDAC 2005; Michalko and Titchkovsky 2010; NCD 2007; Roeher Institute 2004; Sweet et al.
The Bringing Them Home report (HREOC 1997) outlined a multitude of trickle-down effects from assimilation policies and the Stolen Generations, similar in many ways to other Indigenous groups around the world (Deloria 1999; Henderson et al.
Human Rights and Equal Opportunities Commission, (2003) "Ismae Listen": National consultations on eliminating prejudice against Arab and Muslim Australians", Sydney: HREOC, viewed December 2012, http:// humanrights.gov.au/racial_discrimination/isma/report/pdf/ISMA_ complete.pdf
Keating's words--"we took the children from their mothers"--came to resonate in the years following 1992 and reverberated powerfully during the course of the HREOC inquiry into child removal (1995-97) and in the publicity surrounding both the inquiry itself and the handing down of the commission's final report in 1997.
The High Court in Brandy applied the first limb of the Boilermakers' doctrine to the new scheme, finding that the HREOC's decisions could not be registered in the Federal Court, as this gave the HREOC's powers the element of conclusiveness that made a previously non-judicial power an exercise of judicial power.
This was the third national enquiry into children who had been institutionalised in Australia following examinations of the separation of Indigenous children from their families (Human Rights and Equal Opportunities Commission (HREOC) (1997) and the experiences of child migrants (Senate Community Affairs References Committee, 2001).