We produce guidelines for employers, and provide training and resources to assist organisations in embedding and supporting diversity and inclusion, and addressing the risks of modern slavery in their global operations and supply chains.
The Commission also has a role in monitoring and scrutinising Australia’s performance in meeting its international human rights commitments. We regularly provide independent reports to the UN about this.
It is against the law to be discriminated against in employment, education, the provision of goods, services and facilities, accommodation, sport and the administration of Commonwealth laws and services.
You can make a complaint to the Australian Human Rights Commission if you have experienced discrimination, harassment and bullying based on your: