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A woman was allegedly dismissed from her job after a sexually-related conversation with a male colleague at work, but the male perticpant was not. Read more. When a man with long hair applied for a job with a tourist company, he was told that in order to be considered for employment he would have to cut his hair. The man was satisfied his complaint had been taken seriously and agreed to withdraw it.

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Fernanda practiced law for eight years, working in criminal defence, child protection and domestic violence law in the Northern Territory. She also practiced in family law after moving to Brisbane in Fernanda has strong interests in Indigenous and refugee law, human rights and law reform.

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Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW

FPNSW is committed to act in a socially responsible and ethical manner in all areas of endeavour. This document is an important element in fulfilling this commitment as it provides a clear statement of the values and standards of FPNSW. FPNSW recognises that an ethical, fair, productive and transparent relationship is important in all dealings with stakeholders. While fulfilling obligations to funders, clients, partners, target populations and the broader community, FPNSW operates in accordance with best practice corporate governance, informed by recognised standards.

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In Australia, it is unlawful to discriminate on the basis of a number of protected attributes including age, disability, race, sex, intersex status, gender identity and sexual orientation in certain areas of public life, including education and employment. Australia's federal anti-discrimination laws are contained in the following legislation:. The guidelines outline a consistent gender classification system and standard of evidence required to establish or change gender on personal records for Australian Government departments and agencies. The disability standards are regularly reviewed by the relevant departments.