Harassment and Vilification
In addition to prohibiting direct and indirect discrimination, discrimination laws routinely also prohibit harassment and vilification, which each entail very different tests and requirements.
- Elizabeth Shi and Freeman Zhong, 'Addressing Sexual Harassment Law's Inadequacies in Altering Behaviour and Preventing Harm: A Structural Approach' (2020) UNSW Law Journal (forthcoming)
- 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).
- Karen O'Connell, 'Geoffrey Rush’s victory in his defamation case could have a chilling effect on the #MeToo movement', The Conversation (online at 11 April 2019).
- Karen O'Connell, 'Sexual harassment is too much – and not enough – about sex', The Conversation (online at 26 March 2018).
- Margaret Thornton, ‘Sexual Harassment losing Sight of Sex Discrimination’ (2002) 26 Melbourne University Law Rev 422.
- Bill Swannie, 'Liability for racially offensive remarks' (2019) Law Institute Journal 38.
- Liam Elphick, ‘Why Victoria’s new anti-vilification bill strikes the right balance in targeting online abuse’, The Conversation (online at 11 September 2019).
- Bill Swannie, 'Are Racial Vilification Laws Supported by Free Speech Arguments?' (2018) 44(1) Monash University Law Review 71.