A and TSI resources
Know Your Rights Card
The Know your Rights card for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples briefly outlines your right to fair treatment under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 . It is credit card size and made of tough laminated material.
Information brochures for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
Tracking Your Rights
Tracking Your Rights was originally produced as part of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Education Project. The aim was to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to use anti-discrimination laws to bring about improvements in social justice for community members.The Queensland version is a social justice package to inform Indigenous Queenslanders about their rights and is currently being updated, with all the latest information.
Reaching out to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples everywhere in Queensland is a full colour poster 23 cm x 44.5 cm featuring a painting by Aboriginal artist Colleen Wall titled 'Walking Together for our Future'.
Face the facts
This booklet includes questions and answers about refugees, migrants and Indigenous people and is available from the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission website.