Australian Human Rights Commission: Speaking from Experience

The Australian Human Rights Commission is currently inviting people who have been sexually harassed at work to have their say about what they think needs to change to make workplaces safer. 

This information will help create resources for employers and workers and inform future law reform priorities. 

If you want to participate in this project, you can engage online or through an in-person focus group. 

Focus Groups: 

From the 11th to the 14th of June, 2024, focus groups/listening sessions will be held in Melbourne, with one taking place on campus at the University of Melbourne. Sessions will be run by the Australian Human Rights Commission and aim to engage with groups often under-represented in policy, including: young workers, migrant workers, LGBTQIA+ workers, and First Nations workers. 

Participants will be paid a $120 voucher for their participation. If you are interested in any of the following sessions, you can find out more and register below:  

Online Submissions: 

If you would prefer to participate via an written or audio submission. Find out more about an online submission on the AHRC's website. 

Online submissions close on the 30th of September, 2024. 

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