ACT Human Rights Commission

The ACT Human Rights Commission promotes the human rights and welfare of all people living in the ACT. The Commission:

Handles complaints about health services, disability and community services, services for children and young people, occupancy disputes, victims of crime charter of rights complaints, abuse and neglect of vulnerable people and complaints about discrimination. 

  • Supports and advocates for victims of crime.
  • Advises government bodies and other organisations about their human rights obligations.
  • Promotes the human rights and welfare of all people in the ACT. 
  • Advocates for children, young people and adults experiencing vulnerability.

All our services are free and confidential.

 Get in touch if you have a concern or complaint, or to learn about services and supports. All our services are free and confidential. 

ACT Human Rights Commission Socials

Victims Support ACT contact number 1800 822 272 (free call)


  • Street: 56 Allara Street
  • Postcode: 2601
  • City: Canberra City
  • State: ACT


  • Call: 02 6205 2222
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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