'Still Riding for Freedom’ – An Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

I acknowledge the traditional owners of the land where we are meeting tonight, the Gadigal peoples of the Eora nation. I pay my respects to your elders and to those who have come before us. And thank you to Chicka Madden for your generous welcome to...

OHS & HREOC Inquiry

Attorney-General, conference delegates. Before I commence my presentation today I would like to thank Discrimination Alert and Occupational Health News for organising this very important forum to discuss recent changes in law and policy and the...

Why supporting employees to balance paid work and caring responsibilities is...

In my role, I have had the honour of meeting many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and men. It has been an incredibly inspiring journey where I have learnt enormously and made lifelong friends. Importantly, it has helped me to understand...

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Yesterday in federal Parliament the Attorney-General tabled the Social Justice Report 2001, my annual review of the exercise of human rights by Indigenous Australians, and the Native Title Report 2001, my annual review of native title developments.

Indigenous mental health

I would like to begin by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land on which we meet - the Waradjuri nation and the elders present. I also acknowledge our hosts - the Dijrruwang Program at Charles Sturt University , and thank you for inviting...

Foresight not oversight

On behalf of the Commission I'm very pleased to receive the C & W Optus Disability Discrimination Action Plan. It's a great way to celebrate this International Day of People with Disabilities.

Addressing Age Discrimination: The Need for Legislation. Dr Sev Ozdowski OAM (...

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, thank you for inviting me to be here today. Firstly, I would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we are now meeting, the Ngunnawal people.

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