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Acknowledgements - Effectively preventing and responding to sexual harassment: A Code of Practice for Employers (2008)

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Effectively preventing and responding to sexual harassment: A Code of
Practice for Employers

Acknowledgements

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The Australian Human Rights Commission would like to thank the following
people:

Authors of previous editions
Meredith Osborne
Karen
O’Connell

2008 edition contributors
Brook Hely
Somali Cerise
Jodie
Ball

Sex Discrimination Commissioner and Commissioner responsible for Age
Discrimination

Elizabeth Broderick

Director, Sex and Age Discrimination Unit
Cassandra Goldie

Sex and Age Discrimination Unit
Somali Cerise
Penny
Dordoy
Elena Rosenman
Priya SaratChandran
Sarah Squire
Karen
O’Connell

Public Affairs
Connie Chung
Paul Oliver
Brinsley
Marley
Leon Wild

Desktop Design and layout
Jo Clark

Expert Commentators (on this and previous editions)
The following
organisations and individuals provided comment on the various editions of the
Code of Practice:

Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Australian Council of Trade
Unions
Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department
Council of Small
Business Organisations of Australia
Department of Education, Employment and
Workplace Relations
Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace
Agency
NSW Working Women’s Centre
Workplace Practices Sub-Committee,
Women Lawyers’ Association

Publications

The Australian Human Rights Commission produce are range of free,
informative publications available in hard copy and electronic formats. Recent
publications from the Sex and Age Discrimination Unit include:

  • Gender equality: What matters to Australian women and men The
    Listening Tour Community Guide)
  • Guide to the Sex Discrimination
    Act (Brochure)

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Copyright

© Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission October 2008

ISBN 978-1-921449-08-6

This work is copyright. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright
Act 1968
(Cth), no part may be used or reproduced by any process without
prior written permission from the Australian Human Rights Commission. Enquiries
should be addressed to Public Affairs at paffairs@humanrights.gov.au.

This publication can be found in electronic format on the Australian Human
Rights Commission’s website at:
www.humanrights.gov.au/sexualharassment

For further information about the Australian Human Rights Commission, please
visit: www.humanrights.gov.au or email paffairs@humanrights.gov.au.

You can also write to:

Public Affairs

Australian Human Rights Commission

GPO Box 5218

Sydney NSW 2001

Dealing with discrimination and harassment

The Sex Discrimination Act protects individuals across Australia from
discrimination on the basis of sex, marital status or pregnancy and, in relation
to employment, family responsibilities. The Act also makes sexual harassment
against the law.

For free advice on discrimination and your rights, or to make a complaint,
call the Australian Human Rights Commission Complaints Information Line on 02 9284 9888, 1300 656
419
or TTY 1800 620 241

Information about making or responding to a complaint is available at www.humanrights.gov.au. You can also
email us at complaintsinfo@humanrights.gov.au.