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LGBT Discrimination

What is LGBTQIA+ Discrimination?

Individuals who identify as LGBTQIA+ are protected from discrimination by law. According to the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth), there would be discrimination based on an individual’s sexual orientation where a person is treated less favourably than another person in a similar situation. Each state have also enacted legisation that address discrimination such as Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).

Both direct and indirect discrimination is unlawful if they occurred in certain public places including:

  • work
  • education
  • provision of goods and services
  • provision of accommodation
  • registered clubs.

However, there may be situations where certain forms of discrimination may be exempt from the relevant Act’s application.

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Start the compensation process by arranging a free case assessment.

In the free initial case assessment we will obtain general information and provide preliminary advice on whether we believe you are likely to have a claim for compensation, the value of any claim and our costs in the event you were to instruct us.

The case assessment is usually via phone (we will call you at the arranged time) or by video conference (such as Zoom or Teams).

There is no cost associated with this case assessment, nor any obligation to instruct us in your matter.

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