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What is discrimination?
Discrimination is when someone does bad to you at work, school, shops or government offices just/only/simply because:
- you are Aboriginal
- of your culture or religion
- you are disabled
- you are a man or woman
- you are gay.
The Anti-Discrimination Law says that is wrong.
If you have a problem, phone the Anti-Discrimination mob.
What is the Anti-Discrimination Commission?
We will/can tell you about the Anti-Discrimination Law.
If you tell us your story, we will listen carefully and tell you what you can do.
The law says: When you are at work or at school, at the shop or a government office, nobody should do bad to you simply because you are Aboriginal. Don’t be shame, don’t be silent, give us a call.