Rights and risk > How human rights can influence and support risk management for public authorities in Victoria

This paper considers how a human rights approach can influence and support risk management for public authorities that have obligations under the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 (the Charter) – from
large government departments to small community service organisations.

It is designed to start a conversation about the role of human rights in risk management – both by the people who are responsible for developing risk management policies and procedures, and by the front-line workers who are responsible for managing risk on the ground.

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