Promoting anti-discrimination and equal opportunity principles and policies throughout NSW
Handling complaints under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW)
Administering NSW anti-discrimination laws
Annual report 2012-13. Did we receive more complaints of disability discrimination, race discrimination or sexual harassment in 2012-13? Find out in our newly released annual report.
Seminars for 2014. Comply with anti-discrimination law and make your workplace as fair as possible. Our seminars include bullying and harassment prevention, fair grievance handling and social media.
Is there a time limit for complaints? Lodge your complaint as soon as you think you have experienced discrimination. Some people think that there is a time limit of 12 months to make a complaint to the Anti-Discrimination Board, but this is not automatically the case. Find out more...
Tribute to John Walford (sorry business). The Board will sorely miss a long-serving and dedicated member of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Advisory Committee, John Walford, who passed away recently.
Amendment to the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). All the definitions of discrimination in the Act have been amended to clarify that for indirect discrimination, the reason for the discriminatory conduct is irrelevant.
Guidelines for the hotel and accommodation industry. Our new guidelines explain anti-discrimination law for hotel owners and their employees and help to minimise the risk of costly discrimination complaints.