Published: 24 August 2017
Discrimination occurs when someone is treated unfairly because they belong to a particular group of people or have a particular characteristic.
In NSW many types of discrimination are against the law. The laws dealing with discrimination help give everyone an equal chance.
More information on discrimination
Sex discrimination is against the law in NSW. This includes when you are treated unfairly or harassed because of your sex - that is, because you're a woman or because you're a man
More information on Sex Discrimination
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