The Queensland Council for Civil Liberties (QCCL) is a voluntary organisation concerned with the protection of individual rights and civil liberties. It was founded in 1966 in order to protect and promote the human rights and freedoms of Queensland citizens. The desire to create a civil liberties organisation began in the shadow of the Queensland Government’s repression of civil liberties during anti-Vietnam War protests. The first public AGM was held on 29 March 1967 and QCCL has worked ceaselessly to promoted civil liberties ever since.
QCCL works towards a society in which the human rights enshrined in such documents as the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, to which Australia is signatory, are enjoyed by all Queenslanders and indeed Australian citizens.
The QCCL aims to:
QCCL performs the following activities:
As a voluntary organisation we do not receive financial support from government or corporations.
We rely on the financial contributions of our members and on donations.
We also encourage members to get involved and take action to further develop public awareness of civil liberties issues that affect us all.
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