Using disability discrimination law in New South Wales

First edition 2004

Produced by the Australian Centre for Disability Law (formerly the NSW Disability Discrimination Legal Centre) with financial assistance from the Law and Justice Foundation.

Disability discrimination is unlawful in Australia. If you experience discrimination, the law may be able to help you.

This booklet explains what is and what is not disability discrimination and the differences between NSW and Federal laws. It outlines your options and explains what happens if you take legal action.

For copies please telephone: 02 9370 3135 or 02 9211 5549 for TTY or Toll free: 1800 800 708 (NSW only), 1800 644 419 (TTY toll free).

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