Reports

This is the third report from the Commission's independent review into sex discrimination and sexual harassment in Victoria Police. The report identifies the significant progress Victoria Police has made on gender equality since 2015, while highlighting the ongoing work and…
The Commission's report, Fair-minded cover: Investigation into discrimination in the travel insurance industry, details the findings of our Investigation, which looked at the compliance of several Australian travel insurers over an eight-month period. The Investigation focused on three companies that…
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Proud, visible, safe - May 2019

This report highlights the importance of a holistic approach to effect real organisational change – combining clear and consistent pathways for reporting workplace harm, with training for staff and managers on the impact of workplace harm experienced by LGBTIQ employees,…
Aboriginal cultural rights in youth justice centres is a joint report by the Commission for Children and Young People (CCYP) and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (VEOHRC).
The Phase 2 Audit of the Independent review into sex discrimination and sexual harassment, including predatory behaviour, in Victoria Police is now available.
A Commission report into the experience of students with disabilities in Victorian schools has found that there have been significant policy developments and action but more work is required to measure and ensure real change for students. The report details…
In 2014 the Commercial Bar Association of Victoria, the judiciary and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission began work together to understand and address equity issues for female barristers at the commercial bar. Of specific concern was the…
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission was commissioned by Victoria Police to conduct an independent review into sex discrimination and sexual harassment, including predatory behaviour, among Victoria Police personnel.
Beyond Doubt documents the experiences of people with disabilities reporting crime and looks at both police practice and the upstream and downstream factors that affect reporting.
This paper considers how a human rights approach can influence and support risk management for public authorities that have obligations under the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 (the Charter) – fromlarge government departments to small community service…
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