Remedy Australia is a human rights NGO with a very specific mandate. We focus on complaints made to the United Nations (known as 'communications') which UN committees of independent experts have determined constitute human rights violations. We monitor Australia's compliance with committee decisions concerning these violations and we advocate for the fulfilment of the right to remedy in these cases.


Every Australian human rights violation determined by UN treaty-bodies is remedied.

What we do

Remedy Australia promotes the right to an effective remedy by:

What we don't do

Remedy Australia is not a legal organisation and can't offer you advice or assistance with human rights complaints, but you may seek help from these organisations. Further tips about making human rights complaints are found on our contact page.