Organisation

Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission

Position paper

Freedom of religion in Australia: a focus on serious harms

This position paper is based on the AHRC's and the VEOHRC’s collective experience and research in the area of freedom of religion and human rights. In addition, the two Commissions convened joint roundtables in Sydney (11 June 2019) and Melbourne (27 June 2019) on the...
Report

Independent review into sex discrimination and sexual harassment, including predatory behaviour, in Victoria Police: Phase 3 audit and review

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission has released this third report from its independent review into sex discrimination and sexual harassment in Victoria Police. The report identifies the significant progress Victoria Police has made on gender equality since 2015, while highlighting the ongoing...
Report

Fair-minded cover: investigation into discrimination in the travel insurance industry

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission has concluded a major statutory investigation into mental health discrimination by travel insurers. This report details the findings of the investigation and considers important steps insurers can take to comply with the law in future.
Report

Proud, visible, safe

This report examines the experiences of LGBTIQ employees at Victoria Police. The report finds that Victoria Police is committed to building an organisational culture that is safe for LGBTIQ employees – but that there still a way to go.
Submission

Inquest into the death of Tanya Day

The Human Rights Commission made a submission to the Coroners Court in its process of determining if the scope of the inquest into Tanya Day's death of should include consideration of whether systemic racism contributed to the cause and circumstances of her death.