The tragic death of Ann-Marie Smith has shocked us all

The essence of human rights is the right of everyone to live a dignified life. A life with shelter, food, access to health care, safety, inclusion in the community and respect. As a community we should value human rights because we value people. People from all backgrounds, living circumstances and abilities. People like Ann-Marie. A police investigation is now underway, and Ann-Marie’s death has been declared a major crime.

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Topics:
Disability service providers, Human Rights, Social Justice, Case Studies, Legal, Corrections, Justice System

Author:
Ben Gauntlett, Commonwealth Disability Discrimination Commissioner

Source:
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