Lets take a look
President – Emeritus Professor Gillian Triggs
Solicitor and barrister, former Dean of the Sydney Law School and Challis Professor of International Law, distinguished jurist with an international reputation
Mick Gooda – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner
Elder of the Gangalu people of Central Queensland, 25 years experience as an advocate and activist in Indigenous communities, former Chief Executive Officer of the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health
Susan Ryan AO – Age Discrimination Commissioner Former Senator in the Hawke Government, Women’s Ambassador for ActionAid Australia, Independent Chair of the IAG and NRMA Superannuation Plan
Megan Mitchell – Children’s Commissioner Qualifications in social policy, psychology and education. Public servant and academic – previous roles include NSW Commissioner for Children and Young People, Executive Director of the ACT Office for Children, Youth and Family Support, Executive Director for Out-of-Home Care in the NSW Department of Community Services and CEO of the Australian Council of Social Service.
Graeme Innes AM – Disability Discrimination Commissioner Solicitor specialising in human rights. Former member of the NSW Administrative Decisions Tribunal; the NSW Consumer, Trader and Tenancy Tribunal; and the Social Security Appeals Tribunal. Chair of the Disability Advisory Council of Australia and Vision Australia.
Tim Soutphommasane – Race Discrimination Commissioner Academic in the field of philosophy and ethics. Ph. D from Oxford. Political philosopher at the University of Sydney. Opinion columnist with The Age and The Weekend Australian and radio presenter with ABC Radio National. Author of three books.
Elizabeth Broderick – Sex Discrimination Commissioner Solicitor. Appointed as Australia’s Sex Discrimination Commissioner, to lead the Commission’s Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Academy and the Australian Defence Force. Partner and head of legal technology at a law firm, Blake Dawson Waldron. Facilitated a nearly 600 per cent increase in the number of women appointed to ASX 200 boards.
and last Tim Wilson – “Freedom Commissioner” ?? Institute of Public Affairs frat boy and friend of George Brandis. Dedicated to gutting the effectiveness of Section 18C of the Commonwealth Racial Discrimination Act.
We hope all those marginalised and discriminated against “freedumbs” “freedoms” running around out there living miserable lives are suitably grateful