Safe Schools Coalition Victoria (SSCV) and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission are calling for expressions of interest from secondary schools wishing to participate in the 2014 Fair go, sport! supported practice project.

A new Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission report has found public transport in Victoria is failing to meet the needs of Victorians with disabilities.

The Commission's 2012/13 Annual Report is now available online and we encourage you to take some time to read about the Commission's work in 2012/13.

The report demonstrates how much has been achieved over the past 12 months across the Commission – from community engagement to education and dispute resolution, to research and legal advice.

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission and Football Federation Victoria have thrown their support behind this year's Pride Football Australia tournament to show there is no place for homophobia in football.

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission is proud to reaffirm its commitment to the Australian Council of Human Rights Authorities (ACHRA) to work as as a unified body to promote an understanding of and respect for human rights throughout Australia.

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission commends Victoria Police on the appointment of Sue Clark, who has been tasked with addressing racism within the police force.

The sixth annual report on the operation of the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities is now available.

The report indicates that public authorities' understanding of the Charter is maturing to the extent that it is seen as a useful tool at a practical level.

Chairperson of the Board of the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission, Mr John Searle, today announced the appointment of Kate Jenkins as the new Commissioner of VEOHRC. Kate will commence on 9 September 2013.

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission has released its submission to the Victoria Police community consultation on field contact reports and cross-cultural training.

More Koori women are going to prison in Victoria than ever before, with Koori women now comprising the fastest growing segment of the Victorian prison population, yet appropriate diversionary options have yet to be established to prevent this rise.

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