Reports

This report highlights the struggles vulnerable Victorians are facing when trying to access the private rental market. It indicates that some people experience discrimination and stereotyping because of race, disability or having children, making it difficult for them to secure…
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…
This short paper provides information about the tuition fees that are charged to overseas students for primary school education and encourages people affected by this measure to tell the Commission their story.
Friday, 01 October 2010 00:00

Time to respond: three years on - Oct 2010

This report charts progress against an earlier Commission report into the rights of people with disability to equality in their access to taxi services in Victoria. 
Friday, 01 October 2010 00:00

Rights of passage: two years on - Oct 2010

This 2010 progress report examines developments against the recommendations of the original Rights of passage report and the extent to which they have been progressed over the past two years.
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…
Monday, 01 March 2010 00:00

Advancing women’s rights - Mar 2010

This report explores the relationship between Victoria's Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, and is one of three thematic occasional papers to accompany the Commission’s 2009 report…
This report examines the experience of young Australian-African people in the City of Greater Dandenong. It aims to provide insight into the systemic issues impacting upon this group from the unique perspective of the young people themselves. In doing so,…
The research and consultations conducted for this report indicate that discrimination is a significant issue for many community members from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and impacts on their full participation and contribution to the Victorian community. The project was…
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.
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