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I would like to acknowledge the Noongar people, the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we gather today.I pay my respects to your elders, past and present.Our vision is ‘human rights: everyone, everywhere, every day’.

We have something special to celebrate today; Australia’s election to the Security Council for the next two years.Since those days, Australia has actively worked to develop international human rights law.The Australian Human Rights Commission, as Australia’s national human rights institution, has substantial interaction with UN bodies.The question of what might happen to these people in the future is of serious concern.I will return to comment on the conditions of detention on Christmas Island, and also to the question of the human rights implications of the transfer of asylum seekers to third countries later in my presentation.He was the President of the General Assembly on 10 December 1948 when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted unanimously, setting the benchmark for human rights over the following decades.Supporting the efforts of Doc Evatt were other notable Australians; the ‘peppery and aggressive’ Colonel Roy Hodgson who was on the Drafting Committee for a Bill of Rights, and Jessie Street, the only woman on the Australian delegation to the UN in 1945.All of them could potentially be transferred to a third country for the processing of their claims for protection.The people with whom I met were understandably anxious about their situation.And well under one per cent of the world’s refugees are resettled in any given year.Just two weeks ago I visited immigration detention facilities on Christmas Island.

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