Over the past 30 years, the Australian Human Rights Commission has played a vital role in helping shape a stronger, fairer and more inclusive Australia.

It has resolved more than 65,000 complaints of discrimination and conducted ground-breaking national inquiries on homeless children, mental illness, the stolen generations and children in detention.

It has been a leading voice for equality for women, people with disabilities, LGBTI people and people from all cultures and faiths.

This short video captures the tireless work of the Commission to make human rights a reality for everyone, everywhere, every day.