Does an indigenous right exist for self determination
and therefore a right to choose or not to choose Vaccination?
Does this Equal and inalienable Right exist for all within Queensland?
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 2019 -
In enacting this Act, the Parliament of Queensland recognises—
1 The inherent dignity and worth of all human beings.
2 The equal and inalienable human rights of all human beings.
3 Human rights are essential in a democratic and inclusive society that respects the rule of law.
4 Human rights must be exercised in a way that respects the human rights and dignity of others.
5 Human rights should be limited only after careful consideration, and should only be limited in a way that can be justified in a free and democratic society based on human dignity, equality, freedom and the rule of law.
6 Although human rights belong to all individuals, human rights have a special importance for the Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Queensland, as Australia’s first people, with their distinctive and diverse spiritual, material and economic relationship with the lands, territories, waters, coastal seas and other resources with which they have a connection under Aboriginal tradition and Ailan Kastom. Of particular significance to Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Queensland is the right to self-determination.