Comments to the Consultation on protection from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, sex and/or gender identity

Comments to the Consultation on protection from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, sex and/or gender identity

As at Tuesday 15 December 2010, the Commission received comments from 150 organisations and individuals.

The deadline for comments was 26 November 2010.

A selection of the comments are published below.

Any queries in relation to the comments or consultation should be directed to the Human Rights Unit at lgbti@humanrights.gov.au or on (02) 9284 9600.

Web Comments

Summary of Web Comments (January 2011)

Organisations

{Also} Foundation - Comment 84

A Gender Agenda - Comment 107

ACON - Comment 109a

ACON - Comment 109b

ACT Council of Social Services - Comment 86

ADCQ - Comment 131

AGMC - Comment 113

AIS Support Group Australia - Comment 117

Amnesty International - Comment 89

Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney - Comment 76

Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney - Comment 108

Anglican Public Affairs Commission - Comment 36

Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW - Comment 115

Australian Christian Lobby - Comment 87

Australian Family Association - Comment 119

Catholic Commission for Employment Relations - Comment 150

Centre for Multicultural Youth - Comment 102

Chad - Comment 5

Changeling Aspects - Comment 46

Christian Schools Australia - Comment 24

Commissioner for Children Tasmania - Comment 130

Endeavour Forum - Comment 42

ERINYES - Comment 143

FamilyVoice Australia - Comment 41

Freedom! Gender Identity Association - Comment 90

GLBTI Retirement Association Incorporated - Comment 140

Hawkesbury Nepean Community Legal Centre - Comment 97

Inner City Legal Centre - Comment 142

JobWatch Inc - Comment 95

Kingford Legal Centre - Comment 149

Law Council of Australia - Comment 132

Law Institute of Victoria - Comment 144

LGBTI Health Alliance - Comment 112

Marrickville Legal Centre - Comment 151

National Children's and Youth Law Centre - Comment 145

NSW Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby - Comment 94

Organisation Intersex International - Comment 30

Organisation Intersex International - Comment 82

Organisation of Rabbis of Australasia - Comment 100

Organisation of Rabbis of Australasia - Comment 100a

Out There & Way Out - Comment 72

PFLAG - Comment 13

Presbyterian Church - Comment 56

QAHC - Comment 43

Qld Nurses Union - Comment 67

Redfern Legal Centre - Comment 91

ROAR Feminist Collective - Comment 141

SA Equal Opportunity Commission - Comment 110

SAGE & AHEC - Comment 73

Salt Shakers - Comment 124

Seventh Day Adventist Church - Comment 77

Still Fierce - Comment 111

Tasmanian Baptists - Comment 101

Tasmanian council for sexual and gender diverse people - Comment 33

The Gender Centre Inc. - Comment 48

The Gender Centre Inc. - Comment 48a

The Seahorse Society of NSW - Comment 4

Vic Child Safety Commissioner - Comment 138a

Victorian Bar - Comment 148

Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission - Comment 121

Victorian Women Lawyers Association - Comment 93

WA Equal Opportunity Commission - Comment 137

WA Gender Project - Comment 125

WA Gender Project - Comment 125a

WayOut - Comment 103

Women's Legal Centre (ACT & Region) - Comment 106

Women's Legal Services NSW - Comment 116

Youth Affairs Council of Victoria - Comment 152

Individuals

David - Comment 147

David - Comment 147a

Demond - Comment 129

Dr Harrison - Comment 78

Janson - Comment 29

Lienert and Cartwright - Comment 31

Petrie - Comment 17

Petrie - Comment 17a

Romanadvouratrelundar Starfield - Comment 21

Romanadvouratrelundar Starfield - Comment 27

Wallbank - Comment 122

Name Withheld (NW)

Comment 3 (NW)

Comment 9 (NW)

Comment 16 (NW)

Comment 18 (NW)

Comment 23 (NW)

Comment 25 (NW)

Comment 26 (NW)

Comment 35 (NW)

Comment 37 (NW)

Comment 39 (NW)

Comment 45 (NW)

Comment 49 (NW)

Comment 61 (NW)

Comment 71 (NW)

Comment 80 (NW)

Comment 96 (NW)

Comment 120 (NW)

Comment 127 (NW)

Comment 135 (NW)

Comment 136 (NW)

Comment 139 (NW)

 

Disclaimer

The Commission reserves the right to edit comments, where appropriate, in order to protect the identity of third parties, or where otherwise appropriate.

The comments may contain errors. They do not represent the views of the Commission or findings by the Commission about the matters contained therein.