House of Representatives Committees

Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade

The Link Between Aid and Human Rights


Submissions to this inquiry were received from the following individuals/organisations. Copies of some those submissions are available on this site in PDF format, or from the Committee Secretariat. Further submissions will be made available on this site as original paper copies are converted to electronic documents. Submissions are listed in numerical order, and supplementary submissions are also indicated.

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No. Received from
1 Australian Public Political Advocacy Council (PDF Format)
2 Transparency International Australia (PDF Format)
3 Centre for Democratic Institutions (PDF Format)
4 Refugee Council of Australia (PDF Format)
5 Australian People for Health, Education and Development
Abroad (APHEDA)
(PDF Format)
6 Opportunity International Australia (PDF Format)
7 Attorney-General's Department (PDF Format)
8 Vietnamese Community in Australia (PDF Format)
9 Mr Garth Luke (PDF Format)
10 Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (PDF Format)
11 Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations Inc
12 Amnesty International Australia (PDF Format)
13 The Salvation Army (PDF Format)
14 Australian Red Cross (PDF Format)
15 The Fred Hollows Foundation (PDF Format)
16 United Nations Association of Australia Inc (PDF Format)
17 Mr John Aird (PDF Format)
18 Australian Lutheran World Service (PDF Format)
19 CARE Australia (PDF Format)
20 AusAID (PDF Format)
21 Community Aid Abroad - Oxfam Australia (PDF Format)
22 Australian Legal Resources International (PDF Format)
23 Human Rights Council of Australia Inc (PDF Format)
24 Caritas (PDF Format)
25 UNICEF Australia (PDF Format)
26 Australian Council for Overseas Aid (PDF Format)
27 International Women's Development Agency
28 Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions


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