This occurs when:
- Someone treats you less favourably (or proposes to) than they would treat someone else, in similar circumstances, who does not have a disability.
- Your request for reasonable adjustments to be made to your workplace, school or other educational premises, or other public space so that you can participate or access services and activities, is not met.
- Part 1: Have I experienced discrimination?
- What is disability?
- What is disability discrimination?
- What forms can discrimination take?
- Discrimination against a person without a disability
- Part 2: What action can I take?
- Part 3: When is discrimination allowed?
- Part 4: Quick references
- Process flow chart option 1: Complaint submitted with the Australian Human Rights Commission
- Process flow chart option 2: Complaint submitted with the Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission
- Process flow chart option 3: Complaint submitted directly with the Victorian Civil & Administrative Tribunal
- Flow chart option 4: Complaint submitted directly with the Fair Work Commission
- Disability Discrimination Checklist