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2014/07/25 10:17
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Half of all mums discriminated at work MORE work needs to be done to stop workplace discrimination against pregnant women, the federal government says. BUT it won't touch Fair Work laws to combat...
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2014/07/25 04:28
2014/07/25 04:28
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A review into discrimination related to pregnancy, parental leave and return to work after parental leave. Executive summary In 2013, the Australian Government asked the Sex Discrimination...
2014/07/25 01:05
2014/07/25 01:05
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Parents continue to be discriminated against in the Australian workplace, a report says, with one in two mothers treated unfairly as they manage pregnancy, maternity leave and returning to work. A...
2014/07/24 03:42
2014/07/24 03:42
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Kristina Olsson and Kate Richards have won the 2014 Kibble awards for new and established female writers. The Kibble and Dobbie literary awards are among Australia’s most prestigious female...
2014/07/24 00:17
2014/07/24 00:17
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Kids suffering on Christmas Island: Triggs Children held in detention on Christmas Island are regressing, sick and suffering stress disorders.Source: AAP CHILDREN being held in detention on...
2014/07/23 17:55
2014/07/23 17:55
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Harrowing eyewitness accounts from the president of the Australian Human Rights Commission and a team of medical experts say there is a mental health crisis on Christmas Island, confirming multiple...
2014/07/20 04:20
2014/07/20 04:20
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Baby blues: More than one-third of women reported discrimination when they went back to work after having a baby. Photo: Louise Kennerley With the ageing of the Australian workforce there is a lot of...
2014/07/17 18:44
2014/07/17 18:44
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ICONIC Mount Panorama will become officially known by its Aboriginal name Wahluu under a new policy to be adopted by Bathurst Regional Council. Mount Panorama will become officially known by its...
2014/07/17 05:21
2014/07/17 05:21
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... The Mosque': Vietnam War hero drives truck splashed with anti-Islamic message protesting construction of religious building Charles Mollison drove a truck around Bendigo, Victoria with a banner...
2014/07/15 08:30
2014/07/15 08:30
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BENDIGO residents have been urged to take “selfies” posing with their hand on their heart to show the city will not tolerate racism. In light of the recent backlash against a planning application to...
2014/07/10 00:12
2014/07/10 00:12
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Leading human rights lawyer and advocate Julian Burnside QC has told the ABC that the Australian government’s holding of 153 asylum seekers on a customs boat at sea may amount to piracy. On Monday...
2014/07/09 17:55
2014/07/09 17:55
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Pregnant asylum seekers on Christmas Island pleaded with medical experts four months ago to put their children up for adoption by Australian families as the women became increasingly anxious about...
2014/07/08 17:27
2014/07/08 17:27
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Australian Trade Minister Andrew Robb: 'ambitious' FTA with Japan to come into effect before year end Australia's Trade Minister Andrew Robb says consumers and businesses should be able to see the...
2014/07/07 03:23
2014/07/07 03:23
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Do not leer at or sext your colleagues, Human Rights Commission tells workers The Australian workforce is being educated on the line between appropriate workplace conversations and sexual harassment...
2014/07/04 03:28
2014/07/04 03:28
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Wake-up Call for New ZealandersFriday, 4 July 2014, 3:03 pmPress Release: CCS Disability Action Outgoing Disability Commissioner’s Message in Oz a Wake-up Call for New ZealandersComments made by the...
2014/07/03 03:42
2014/07/03 03:42
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Australia’s system of mandatory detention can only be described as child abuse. It's at odds with many of our own domestic provisions and is totally at odds with the UN Convention on the Rights of the...
2014/07/02 07:55
2014/07/02 07:55
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Outgoing disability discrimination commissioner Graeme Innes has fired a barrage of parting shots at the Abbott government, declaring it may be time for him to move on because he has ''no stomach to...
2014/07/02 06:34
2014/07/02 06:34
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott has declared that getting children to school is his “highest priority” in Indigenous affairs and it’s one that most agree is vital. But research is showing he may need to...
2014/07/02 06:26
2014/07/02 06:26
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A Matter of Life and Death By Quentin McDermott and Peter Cronau How authorities are failing to protect women and children in mortal danger, and failing to prevent their partners' homicidal...
2014/07/02 03:26
2014/07/02 03:26
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Detention centre workers to be forced to give evidence at children in immigration detention inquiry The Australian Human Rights Commission has said it will force immigration detention centre workers...
2014/07/25 10:17
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