Faith and Freedom: A Christian Perspective on the COVID-19 Pandemic and AHRC Inquiry


The Australian Human Rights Commission is seeking your personal stories on how COVID-19 response measures impacted you. Whether it’s about lockdowns, border closures, or other measures affecting health, family, or work, your story can shape future emergency planning.

What You Need to Know:
Purpose: Understand and address the human rights impacts of pandemic responses.
Submission: Share your experience in up to 1,000 words via the Your Story Portal by June 30, 2024.

Why Your Story Matters:
Your insights will help improve future emergency responses in Australia. Join others in sharing your experiences to advocate for a rights-focused approach.

Read My Submission:
Here is a copy of my personal response to the pandemic submitted to the AHRC:


Please note: The perspectives shared in my reflection are personal and derive from my experiences and observations during the COVID-19 pandemic regarding human rights, within a limit of 1000 words. While I raise concerns about certain facets of public health protocols and requirements for vaccines, I acknowledge the pivotal role of vaccines in combating infectious diseases and protecting public health, particularly concerning influenza. My goal is to foster meaningful discussion on achieving a harmonious approach to public health priorities, individual freedoms, and ethical concerns. Readers are encouraged to seek information from reputable sources and consult healthcare professionals for medical guidance.

Faith and Freedom: A Christian Perspective on the COVID-19 Pandemic and AHRC Inquiry Faith and Freedom: A Christian Perspective on the COVID-19 Pandemic and AHRC Inquiry Reviewed by Shane St Reynolds on June 20, 2024 Rating: 5

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