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Equal Time is the Anti-Discrimination Board’s FREE e-newsletter. 

The e-newsletter includes the latest information about recent legal developments, how to prevent discrimination, harassment and bullying, news articles from the board, conciliatiated complaints and training information​.

Please note that material in Equal Time is copyright​. See full copyright information and our disclaimer below​. 

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Equal Time April 2019 

Read the April 2019 e-newsletter

Training Brochure

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Prevent discrimination, sexual harassment and bullying. Our on-site training programs and seminars will show you how to develop an inclusive, diverse and healthy organisational culture.

See our 2019 Training Brochure

Conciliations

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Up and coming Events

Recent exemptions

  • BHP Billiton Group – OS ACPM Pty Ltd, OS MCAP Pty Ltd and Mt Arthur Coal Pty Limited
  • Hunter Valley Training Company Pty Ltd
  • Lake Macquarie City Council
  • Talent Gap Pty Limited
  • University of Technology Sydney
  • Wilson Security

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