Submission to the ACT Government's Inclusive, Progressive, Equal Discrimination Law Reform: Discussion Paper 1 - Extending the Protections of Discrimination Law

Australian Discrimination Law Experts Group , Robin Banks, Alysia Blackham, Liam Elphick, Alice Taylor

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Abstract

Discrimination can affect people in their day-to-day lives – at work or in education, accessing government services, participating in sport, joining a club, or practising a religion.

An ACT Government priority is to modernise our discrimination law and put the ACT at the forefront of best practice in promoting equal opportunity, respect for diversity and social inclusion in our community.

This is a key part of the ACT Government’s Capital of Equality Strategy 2019-2023.

Canberrans had the chance to have their say on the reforms to the Discrimination Act.

In 2021, the Government released a Discussion Paper seeking views from members of the public about changes to discrimination law.


Written submissions on the Discussion Paper and the online survey close midnight 30 January 2022.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages33
Publication statusSubmitted - 30 Jan 2022

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