Human Rights

The EAP believes that every citizen of this country has the right to pursue their lives and happiness in a manner deemed as socially and legally acceptable – regardless of their race, opinion, nationality, religion, gender, or sexuality.

Aboriginal rights are one area that will be addressed, with policies and programmes developed to ensure that the importance and future of Aboriginal culture is recognised, preserved, developed, and nurtured.

To this end the EAP propose implementing the recommendations of the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.

These and other changes are intended to position Australia as a world leader in political innovation and human rights – to establish and cement this reputation and perception Internationally – and to demonstrate our status as a wholly independent Nation, whilst still maintaining our heritage and cultural ties to our past.

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