We support people with disability to fight discrimination.
If you’ve been discriminated against, we can play an important role in finding the right suport to deal with it.
You may have experienced discrimination in:
Getting a job, terms and conditions of a job, training, promotion, being dismissed.
Enrolling or studying in a course at a private or public school, college or university.
Renting or buying a house or apartment.
- Getting or using services
Such as banking and insurance services, services provided by government departments, transport or telecommunication services, professional services like those provided by lawyers, doctors or tradespeople, services provided by restaurants, shops or entertainment venues
- Accessing public places
Such as parks, government offices, restaurants, hotels or shopping centres
How we can help
We can help you make a complaint to the Australian Human Rights Commission or other appropriate agency.
How to get help
To understand how we can best support you, we need to get some information about you first. You can do this in a few ways:
- Call us on 1800 422 015 (toll free) and speak to one of our intake officers
- Fill in our online Information request form
Once we have your information, we’ll then be able to provide the most appropriate assistance we can. One of our intake officers will be in contact with you via your preferred method of contact to provide you with information about progressing your case.
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