These resources explain your options when you experience sexual harassment or discrimination in the workplace. A general protections claim includes when an employer discriminated against you because of your race, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, family or carer responsibility, pregnancy, religion, political opinions, ethnicity or class. Alternatively, you could make a human rights claim in the Federal Court or Federal Circuit Court.
These resources give examples of unlawful sexual harassment at work and explain your legal and non-legal options to get help and support.
These resources are about making a claim under employment law when an employer has discriminated against you.
These resources are about making a claim under federal anti-discrimination law in the Federal Court or Federal Circuit Court, and about representing yourself in the Federal Court or Federal Circuit Court.
These resources are about how to deal with gender discrimination and transphobia, depending on the state or territory you live in.
As a member of the Power to Prevent Coalition, we strongly support the recommendations of Respect@Work, the Sex Discrimination Commissioner’s report into sexual harassment at work. We urge the Australian Government to make crucial changes to make Australian workplaces safer, healthier and more respectful for all.