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Discriminatory school chaplaincy program facing legal challenge

The federal government’s controversial school chaplaincy program that discriminates against secular counsellors is about to legally challenged for a third time, in a test case of state anti-discrimination laws, in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. The National School Chaplaincy…

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Real estate agent claims her boss sent her porn – Discrimination Claims

A real estate agent has commenced legal action against her former employer, claiming she was subjected to repeated sexual harassment and discrimination from her colleagues, including being sent pornographic images from the chief executive. Summer Salvato, who worked at the…

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‘Faggots shouldn’t be alive’ – Sexual harassment made work ‘a living hell’

A Melbourne office worker claims he was sexually harassed and discriminated against because he was gay, and when he complained, he says he was sacked. Timothy Bye (pictured above) has lodged a complaint in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal alleging…

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Tribunal rules severe morning sickness is a “disability” – Discrimination Claims

Pregnant women suffering severe morning sickness have the right to protection under discrimination laws, after a Victorian tribunal ruled the condition was a disability. The ruling was made in the case of a Melbourne phone shop worker, who lodged a…

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