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Australian Anti-Discrimination Law 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781760021559
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781862879102
Published: February 2018
Publisher: The Federation Press
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: £85.00

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This new edition of Australia’s most comprehensive book on anti-discrimination law has been fully revised and updated, and reformatted to enhance its accessibility. It continues to offer both a substantial text for a specialist audience, and a powerful critique of anti-discrimination law in Australia. The authors support their analysis and explanation of legislation and case law with carefully-selected extracts from a broad range of decisions, law reform reports, and academic writers and commentators.

Key Features of the New Edition

  • Revised introduction to and overview of Australian anti-discrimination law.
  • Detailed account of legislative reform and developments in case law, in all nine jurisdictions, up to late 2017.
  • An analysis of changed complaints procedures under the Australian Human Rights Commission Act, and of the case law and public debate that triggered the changes.

Other Jurisdictions , Australia
1.  History and Purpose of Australian Anti-Discrimination Law
2.  Overview of Australian Anti-Discrimination Law
3.  Direct and Indirect Discrimination 
4.  Positive Approaches to Non-Discrimination
5.  Race Discrimination 
6.  Sex Discrimination  
7.  Disability Discrimination
8.  Age Discrimination
9.  Carers Discrimination    
10. Other Protected Attributes
11. Areas of Unlawful Discrimination
12. Harassment
13. Vilification
14. Victimisation
15. Procedure
16. Remedies
17. Discrimination in the Fair Work Act