2014 art competition for school students. After a record number of entires, the winners have been announced.
A voice for migrant and refugee women. Read about our new Anti-Discrimination Board member, Dr Eman Sharobeem, who champions the rights of migrant and refugee women and speaks out against arranged marriages, domestic violence and slavery in Australia.
Auburn Council: promoting harmony in diverse workforce. Senior Workplace Relations Consultant Rhonda Stewart-Crisanti is providing anti-discrimination training for Auburn Council, which is based in one of Australia’s most multicultural areas. What particular issues do they face?
Good news for literacy in Bourke. On a trip to north-western NSW, the Board’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach team were encouraged by the achievements of a new literacy program in Bourke.
Seminars filling fast, book your place. Seminars in July and August on grievance handling, social media, developing a respectful workplace and psychiatric disabilities in the workplace are filling fast. Don't miss out!
PIN-only change could disadvantage. The Anti-Discrimination Board is concerned that the changeover to pin-only credit card transactions on August 1 may disadvantage people with certain kinds of disabilities.
New poster tackles breastfeeding discrimination. The Anti-Discrimination Board has a new poster which employers and service providers can use to show their support for breastfeeding mothers.
Have your voice heard. If you have a disability and have used the services of the Anti-Discrimination Board, Taverner Research would like to hear from you. They are conducting a survey for the Department of Justice on the quality of its services for people with a disability.
What's our view on the proposed changes to the Race Discrimination Act? Read our submission here.