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Discrimination and privacy laws

Discrimination and privacy laws exist at both state and federal level. We’re here to help you understand them.

Content last updated 30/03/2022

Discrimination laws

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Federal discrimination laws

In Australia, discrimination laws exist at both federal, and state and territory level.

At a federal level, the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) administers the following laws:

The AHRC can investigate and conciliate complaints of discrimination under these laws.


State-based discrimination laws

Select the state or territory where your organisation is based.


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