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This is the first of two audits to assess Victoria Police’s progress towards building a safer, more respectful organisation. This audit sought to assess Victoria Police’s progress towards implementing the twenty recommendations contained in the previous Phase 1 report, released in December 2015.
This report, examining the experience of students with disabilities in Victorian schools, has found that there have been significant policy developments and action, but more work is required to measure and ensure real change for students.
This guideline is specifically targeted toward specialist family violence services and mainstream or universal services that provide crisis response and recovery services and accommodation, including men’s behaviour change programs.
The findings of the review are outlined in this report, along with a comprehensive and integrated set of recommendations that seek to promote safety and gender equality within Victoria Police and drive organisational transformation.
This paper examines how a human rights approach can influence and support risk management for public authorities that have obligations under the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006.
Introduction: The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission (the Commission) engages with...
Koori women make up the fastest growing segment of the Victorian prison population. They are currently being incarcerated at a much higher rate than both non-Koori women and Koori men.
These women are generally young. Many have grown up experiencing...
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission has conducted research to learn more about the experiences of racism and racial and religious vilification in Victoria. Through this research, the Commission has received responses from the community on the types of actions and solutions that...
This report examines the experiences of women in the legal profession – focusing on discrimination, sexual harassment and the accommodation of parental and carer responsibilities.
Access to education is a critical factor in eliminating disadvantage and protecting vulnerable children, and is essential to lifelong economic and social wellbeing.
For these reasons, the Commission undertook research examining the experiences of students with disabilities in Victorian Schools to learn...
This report explores recent changes in the economic measurement of wellbeing and how the new economic measures relate to equality.
In doing so, it seeks to equip the Commission with the knowledge necessary to articulate the economic value of its work in terms of...