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Discrimination is unlawful so why are some businesses allowed to do it?

It is unlawful to discriminate against someone based on an attribute like their race, skin colour, pregnancy status, disability, sex, gender, or sexual orientation, so why are some businesses and organisation allowed to do it? For example, why was Victoria's…

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Queensland sex worker wins $20,000 after being ‘outed’ at day job

A young male sex worker who was ‘outed’ at his day job has won almost $20,000 compensation after his employer admitted to sexual harassment and discrimination. Industrial advocate Miles Heffernan from Discrimination Claims negotiated the settlement during conciliation in the…

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New mum wins $25,000 after she was refused flexible work hours

Discrimination Claims has won a new mother $25,000 compensation after her employer dismissed her because she refused to return to work full-time. During a three day trial in the Industrial Relations Commission, the Queensland-based employment agency where the woman worked…

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