The human rights Queensland is set to enshrine in law

By Felicity Caldwell
Updated October 31 2018 - 2:28pm, first published 12:50pm

Queenslanders will have protections for 23 human rights enshrined in law, such as freedom of expression, religion and privacy, and a right to education and health services.

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