The goal of ADLEG is to inform Australian human rights law and policy development, particularly in respect of discrimination and equality, including by providing research-led expert submissions to law reform processes.
Previous ADLEG submissions are available below.
Federal Attorney-General's Department, Review into an appropriate cost model for Commonwealth anti-discrimination laws 2023
Australian Law Reform Commission, Inquiry into Religious Educational Institutions and Anti-Discrimination Laws 2023
Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs inquiry into the Anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Legislation Amendment (Respect at Work) Bill 2022: 2022
Northern Territory Department of Justice and Attorney General, Exposure Draft Anti-Discrimination Bill 2022: 2022
ACT Government’s Inclusive, Progressive, Equal: Discrimination law reform: Discussion Paper 1 – Extending the Protections of Discrimination Law: 2022
Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs inquiry into the Religious Discrimination Bill and related Bills: 2021
Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights Inquiry into the Religious Discrimination Bill and related Bills: 2021
NSW Inquiry into Complaint Handling Mechanisms: 2020
Federal Religious Discrimination Bill: 2019, 2020
Religious School Exceptions in the Sex Discrimination Act: 2018, 2019
on the inquiry into legislative exemptions that allow faith-based educational institutions to discriminate against teachers, students and staff, to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee (November 2018)