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Our Impact Report for 2019, Making human rights real, brings together key statistics and case studies to illustrate how our work influenced policy‑makers, progressed action to address systemic discrimination, and equipped Victorians with the skills and knowledge they need to understand Victoria’s human rights and equality laws and make a discrimination…
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission has developed an easy-to-use gender identity reporting guide in time for this year's Midsumma Festival.
A brochure highlighting our achievements in 2015–16 and our ongoing work for 2016–17.
Information for patients and guidelines for general practices in complying with the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 when providing services.
Information about discrimination because you are a pregnant or breastfeeding.
Information on discrimination because of your disability.
Information about discrimination because of your sex, and sexual harassment.
Information on discrimination or vilification because of your race or religion.
Information about discrimination because you are a parent or carer.
Information on discrimination because of your sexual orientation or gender identity.
Information on discrimination or vilification because you are Aboriginal.
Information on how we can help you if you want to make a complaint of discrimination, sexual harassment, victimisation, or racial and religious vilification.
Information on discrimination: what it is, where it can happen and what you can do about it.
Our service standards are about the way we work with you. They explain what you can expect from us and what you can do to help us resolve your complaint.
Information on discrimination because of your age.
A short guide on the features of Victoria's Equal Opportunity Act 2010.
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