Gender inequality infographic. Figure of a woman surrounded by facts about gender inequality

A3 poster featuring facts on gender inequality to mark International Women's Day  8 March 2016 (updated 8 September 2016)

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission was commissioned by Victoria Police to conduct an independent review into sex discrimination and sexual harassment, including predatory behaviour, among Victoria Police personnel.

Thursday, 04 December 2014

Equal pay is a family issue - Mar 2014

A1 poster and postcards.

Information about discrimination because you are a pregnant or breastfeeding.

This resource for pregnant women provides information on your rights in the workplace during pregnancy, parental leave options and tips on returning to work.

This report is a summary of research the Commission engaged Auspoll to conduct in order to contribute to the our body of knowledge on women and equality, and to broadly inform our work in addressing discrimination against women.

This report is based on Commission research of the issues faced by families relinquishing children with disability into state care. Our research found that 50 or more families surrender the day-to-day care of their child with disability to the state each year because they cannot get access to the support they need to continue caring full time.

An A3 poster that can be downloaded and printed to raise awareness about discrimination because of parental or carer status.

Information on how the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 can protect you from discrimination when renting.

Information for women in the legal profession about their rights at work.

This resource provides mature-age workers with information about their rights under the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. It highlights how age discrimination can occur in recruitment, at work and when it comes to retirement, and how the law can protect you.

Information about discrimination because you are a parent or carer.

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