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Respect at Work Bill 2022 (Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs)

The Australian Human Rights Commission makes this submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee in relation to its inquiry into the Anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Legislation Amendment (Respect at Work) Bill 2022 (Bill) introduced by the Australian Government.

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Tuesday 12 February, 2019

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Attend a consultation

The National Inquiry team is conducting public consultations in all capital cities and some regional centres across Australia, to further develop our understanding of workplace sexual harassment, its causes, impacts and best practice responses.

Research by Government Reform Bodies involving Vulnerable People and Populations

Ethics Training Day: Dealing with Vulnerability

Princeton Room, Bond University, 14 University Drive, Robina, Qld
 

 

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Introduction


I represent an organisation that works extensively with people who can be part of “vulnerable populations”. My background is as a human rights lawyer. While human rights and human ethics are not the same thing, there are some important cross-overs in how we work.

Know Where the Line Is awareness raising strategy launch

 

Sexual harassment. Every woman has her story so I thought I’d start by telling you mine. This is the first time I have ever told my story in public...

Recognising and responding to sexual harassment in the workplace

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Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force

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Human rights and the Internet

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The Internet provides unparalleled opportunities for the promotion and advancement of certain rights

The pros and cons of a Convention on the elimination of violence against women and girls

 

[Statement read by Alison Aggarwal, Principal Adviser, Sex Discrimination Team, Australian Human Rights Commission]