Areas of Prohibition
Discrimination is ordinarily prohibited only in certain areas. The most prominent of these are education, employment, and goods and services.
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- Karen O'Connell, 'Unequal Brains: Disability Discrimination Law and Children with Challenging Behaviour' (2016) 24(1) Medical Law Review 76.
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- Carolyn Evans and Beth Gaze, 'Discrimination by Religious Schools: Views from the Coal Face' (2010) 34(2) Melbourne University Law Review 392.
- Paul Harpur, 'Ensuring equality in education: how Australian laws are leaving students with print disabilities behind' (2010) 3(1) Media and Arts Law Review 46.
- Margaret Thornton, ‘The Evisceration of EEO in Higher Education’ (2008) 50(2) Australian Universities Review 59.
- Elizabeth Dickson, 'Disability Standards for Education and Reasonable Adjustment in the Tertiary Education Sector' (2007) 12(2) Australia and New Zealand Journal of Law & Education 25.
- J Joy Cumming and Elizabeth Dickson, 'Equity in assessment: discrimination and disability issues from an Australian legal perspective' (2007) 19(3-4) Education and the Law 201.
- Belinda Smith, Melanie Schleiger and Liam Elphick, 'Preventing Sexual Harassment in Work: Exploring the Promise of Work Health and Safety Laws' (2019) 32(2) Australian Journal of Labour Law (forthcoming).
- Alysia Blackham, ‘“We are all Entrepreneurs Now”: Options and New Approaches for Adapting Equality Law for the “Gig Economy’ (2018) 34(4) International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 413.
- Belinda Smith and Monica Hayes, 'Using data to drive gender equality in employment: more power to the people?' (2015) 28(3) Australian Journal of Labour Law 191.
- Belinda Smith and Alice Orchiston, 'Domestic Violence Victims at Work: A Role for Anti-Discrimination Law?' (2012) 25(3) Australian Journal of Labour Law 209.
- Belinda Smith, 'What kind of equality can we expect from the Fair Work Act?' (2011) 35(2) Melbourne University Law Review 545.
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- Belinda Smith, 'Fair and Equal in the world of work: two significant federal developments in Australian discrimination Law' (2010) 23(3) Australian Journal of Labour Law 199.
- Margaret Thornton, 'Sex Discrimination, Courts and Corporate Power’ (2008) 36(1) Federal Law Review 31.
- Kate Seear and Liam Elphick, 'Human Rights and the AFLW: Successes, Challenges and Lessons' in Paula Gerber and Melissa Castan (eds), Contemporary Perspectives on Human Rights Law in Australia (Thomson Reuters, 2nd ed, 2020) forthcoming.
- Ben Koh, Daryl Adair and Liam Elphick, ‘Not by Gender, Not by Sex, But by Testosterone Saith the IAAF: International Athletics and the New Female Eligibility Regulations’ (2018) Law In Sport Journal.