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Free + Equal: Priorities for federal discrimination law reform

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In 2019-2020, the Australian Human Rights Commission (Commission) is undertaking a national conversation on human rights to identify reform proposals to better protect human rights in Australia.  An issues paper guiding the process was released in April 2019.

This paper sets out the Commission’s preliminary views on the priorities for federal discrimination law reform. It identifies the need for reform, the principles that should guide it, and the 11 major priority areas for reform to ensure effective protection against discrimination at the federal level.

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Free + Equal: Priorities for federal discrimination law reform

Law Council of Australia