Human rights certificates and compatibility statements

To comply with the Human Rights Act 2019, a member of Parliament must provide a Human rights statement of compatibility with any Bill they introduce in the Legislative Assembly (Parliament). They must provide a Human rights certificate with any subordinate legislation they table.

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A Human rights statement of compatibility states whether, in the opinion of the member introducing the Bill, it is compatible with human rights.

The member’s staff (for private members’ Bills) or departmental officers (for government Bills) prepare the statement.

Use the approved Human rights statement of compatibility template.

A Human rights certificate states whether, in the opinion of the responsible member for the subordinate legislation, it is compatible with human rights.

The administering department prepares the Human rights certificate.

Use the approved Human rights certificate template.

Use these published examples to help when you’re preparing a statement of compatibility.

    Agriculture and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2019

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Right to education (section 36)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22).

    Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Freedom from forced work (section 18)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Right to a fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32).

    Child Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Cultural rights – generally (section 27)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Co-operatives National Law Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32)
    • Right not to be tried or punished more than once (section 34).

    Corrective Services and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Protection from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (section 17)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief (section 20)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Cultural rights – generally (section 27)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Humane treatment when deprived of liberty (section 30)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32)
    • Right not to be tried or punished more than once (section 34)
    • Retrospective criminal laws (section 35)
    • Right to health services (section 37).

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of the person (section 29)
    • Fair hearing (section 31).

    COVID-19 Emergency Response Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Protection from torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment (section 17)
    • Freedom from forced work (section 18)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief (section 20)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Cultural rights – generally (section 27)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Right to humane treatment when deprived of liberty (section 30)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32)
    • Children in the criminal process (section 33)
    • Right to education (section 36)
    • Right to health services (section 37).

    Crime and Corruption Amendment Bill 2020 (withdrawn)

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Fair hearing (section 31).

    Criminal Code and Other Legislation (Wage Theft) Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Freedom from forced work (section 18)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Fair hearing (section 31).

    Criminal Code (Consent and Mistake of Fact) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Retrospective criminal laws (section 35)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Disability Services and Other Legislation (Worker Screening) Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Property rights (section 24).

    Electoral and Other Legislation (Accountability, Integrity and Other Matters) Amendment Bill 2019

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of the person (section 29)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32).

    Environmental Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Forest Wind Farm Development Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the Law (section 15)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Property Rights (section 24) 
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28)
    • Property rights (section 24).

    Health Legislation Amendment Bill 2019 

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:
    • Protection from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (section 17)
    • Freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief (section 20)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to health services (section 37).

    Implementation of The Spit Master Plan Bill 2019

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Justice and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2019

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Right to recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief (section 20)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Right to privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Cultural rights (section 27)
    • Right to a fair hearing (section 31).

    Justice and Other Legislation (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Protection from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (section 17)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Humane treatment when deprived of liberty (section 30)
    • Right to education (section 36)
    • Right to health services (section 37).

    Liquor (Artisan Liquor) Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)

    Meriba Omasker Kaziw Kazipa (Torres Strait Islander Traditional Child Rearing Practice) Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21) 
    • Taking part in public life (section 23) 
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25) 
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (section 28) 
    • Freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief (section 20)
    • Fair Hearing (section 31).

    Mineral and Energy Resources and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32)
    • Right not to be tried or punished more than once (section 34).

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29).

    Nature Conservation and Other Legislation (Indigenous Joint Management—Moreton Island) Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24) 
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28)

    Public Health (Declared Public Health Emergencies) Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Property rights (section 24).

    Public Service and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Right to privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29).

    Resources Safety and Health Queensland Bill 2019

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Royalty Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility for amendments during consideration in detail addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25) 
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Freedom of Expression (section 21).

    Transport and Other Legislation (Road Safety, Technology and Other Matters) Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

    The Human rights statement of compatibility addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to health services (section 37).

    Use these published examples to help when you’re preparing a human rights certificate.

    Adoption Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25) 
    • Protection of families and children (section 26).

    Biosecurity (Fire Ant Controls) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom from forced work (section 18)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Coal Mining Safety and Health (Methane Monitoring and Ventilation Systems) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29).

    Corrective Services (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Protection from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (section 17)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28)
    • Humane treatment when deprived of liberty (section 30)
    • Right to education (section 36).

    Criminal Proceeds Confiscation (Corresponding Laws and Serious Criminal Offences) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Fair hearing (section 31).

    Disability Services (Fees) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Property rights (section 24).

    Disaster Management (Further Extension of Disaster Situation—COVID-19) Regulation (No. 4) 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29).

    Domestic and Family Violence Protection (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15) 
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21) 
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29) 
    • Right to a fair hearing (section 31).

    Education (Accreditation of Non-State Schools) (National Declaration) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to education (section 36).

    Education (Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority) Amendment Regulation (No. 1) 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to education (section 36).

    Electoral Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Freedom of association (section 22).

    Electoral and Other Legislation Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15) Freedom of association (section 22)
    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Humane treatment when deprived of liberty (section 30).


    Electoral (By-elections Before Next General Election) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Right to take part in public life (section 23)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Right to privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of the person (section 29)
    • Right to a fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32).

    Explosives Legislation (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Property rights (section 24).

    Explosives (Security Clearances and Other Matters) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16) 
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Fire and Emergency Services Legislation (Fees) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24).

    Fisheries Quota (Spanner Crab Fishery) Amendment Declaration 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Forestry and Other Legislation Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Health (Drugs and Poisons) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Retrospective criminal laws (section 35)
    • Right to health services (section 37).

    Health (Drugs and Poisons) Amendment Regulation (No. 2) 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to health services (section 37).

    Health Legislation Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to health services (section 37).

    Hospital and Health Boards (Information Sharing—Parole Board Queensland) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Human Rights Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Protection from torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment (section 17)
    • Freedom from forced work (section 18)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief (section 20)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Cultural rights – generally (section 27)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Humane treatment when deprived of liberty (section 30)
    • Right to education (section 36).

    Justice Legislation (COVID-19 Emergency Response—Documents and Oaths) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Protection from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (section 17)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Right to health services (section 37).

    Justice Legislation (COVID-19 Emergency Response—Proceedings and Other Matters) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Cultural rights – generally (section 27)
    • Fair hearing (section 31) 
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32) 
    • Retrospective criminal laws (section 35).

    Justice Legislation (COVID-19 Emergency Response—Wills and Enduring Documents) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32)
    •  Children in the criminal process (section 33).

    Justice Legislation (Fees, Allowances and Other Amounts) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Property rights (section 24).

    Liquor (Fee Relief) and Other Legislation Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Property rights (section 24).

    Liquor (Kowanyama and Pormpuraaw) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples 
      (section 28).

    Local Government (Change of Representation for Cloncurry Shire Council) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Taking part in public life (section 23).

    Local Government (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Fair hearing (section 31).

    Local Government Legislation (Integrity) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Local Government Legislation (Councillor Code of Conduct) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Right to take part in public life (section 23).

    Major Events (Motor Racing Events) (Townsville 400) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom of movement (section 19) 
    • Freedom of expression (section 21) 
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Major Sports Facilities (Prescribed Events—North Queensland Stadium) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom of expression (section 21).

    Medicines and Poisons (Monitored Medicines Database Testing) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Privacy and Reputation (section 25).

    Mining Safety and Health Legislation (Health Surveillance) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to health services (section 37).

    Mining Safety and Health Legislation (Respirable Coal Dust and Silica) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16) 
    • Right to liberty and security (section 29).

    Nature Conservation (Animals) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom of movement (section 19) 
    • Property rights (section 24) 
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29) 
    • Fair hearing (section 31) 
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32).

    Nature Conservation (Plants) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24) 
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32).

    Nature Conservation (Protected Areas) Amendment Regulation (No. 3) 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Nature Conservation (Protected Areas Management) (Great Sandy National Park) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Cultural rights —Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Peace and Good Behaviour Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Petroleum and Gas (Safety) Amendment Regulation (No. 1) 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29).

    Planning (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom of expression (section 21).

    Planning Legislation (Economic Recovery Measures and Other Matters) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Right to health services (Section 37).

    Police Service Administration (Queensland Corrective Services) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Right to life (section 16).

    Proclamation No. 1—Electoral and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2019 (commencing certain provisions)

    The subordinate legislation does not engage human rights.

    Public Health (COVID-19) and Other Legislation Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Protection from medical or scientific experimentation or treatment without consent (section 17)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Right to education (section 36).

    Public Health (Further Extension of Declared Public Health Emergency—COVID-19) Regulation (No. 4) 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16) 
    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Freedom of thought, conscience, religion and belief (section 20)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21) 
    • Peaceful assembly and freedom of association (section 22)
    • Taking part in public life (section 23) 
    • Property rights (section 24) 
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25) 
    • Protection of families and children (section 26) 
    • Cultural rights – generally (section 27)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28) 
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Humane treatment when deprived of liberty (section 30) 
    • Right to education (section 36).

    Queensland Building and Construction Commission (Mechanical Services Licences) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Right to life (section 16)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29).

    Regional Planning Interests (North Queensland Strategic Environmental Area) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020 

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Freedom of movement (section 19)
    • Freedom of expression (section 21)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to Life (section 16)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Retrospective criminal laws (section 35).

    Retail Shop Leases and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    State Buildings Protective Security Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19) 
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29).

    State Development and Public Works Organisation (New Performing Arts Venue) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Recognition and equality before the law (section 15)
    • Freedom of movement (section 19).

    State Development and Public Works Organisation (State Development Areas) (Cairns South) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24).

    State Penalties Enforcement Amendment Regulation (No. 1) 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24) 
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32).

    State Penalties Enforcement (Heavy Vehicle National Law) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to a fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32).

    Transport Operations (Passenger Transport) Amendment Regulation (No. 2) 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Fair hearing (section 31) 
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32).

    Transport Operations (Passenger Transport) (Ticketing) and Other Legislation Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Privacy and reputation (section 25)
    • Right to liberty and security of person (section 29)
    • Fair hearing (section 31)
    • Rights in criminal proceedings (section 32).

    Water (Licence Fees and Water Authorities) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Water (SEQ Bulk Suppliers and Bulk Water Customers) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Right to life (section 16).

    Water Resource (Whitsunday) Plan (Postponement of Expiry) Notice 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Taking part in public life (section 23)
    • Property rights (section 24)
    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Weapons Legislation (Replica Firearms) Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Property rights (section 24).

    Wet Tropics (Review) Amendment Management Plan 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Cultural rights – Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples (section 28).

    Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Privacy and reputation (section 25).

    Youth Justice Amendment Regulation 2020

    The Human rights certificate addresses:

    • Protection from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (section 17)
    • Protection of families and children (section 26)
    • Humane treatment when deprived of liberty (section 30)
    • Children in the criminal process (section 33).