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Change or suppression practices: Information briefing

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Overview

This briefing will explore and explain the Change or Suppression (Conversion) Practices Prohibition Act 2021 and is suitable for general awareness of the Act.

Details

Audience
Anyone who would like to know more about this law

Dates
Tuesday 29 March 2022 (midday–1.15pm)
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Tuesday 12 April 2022 (5pm–6.15pm)
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Tuesday 21 June 2022 (11am–12.15pm)
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Wednesday 14 September 2022 (5pm–6.15pm)
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Length 
One hour

Format
Webinar

Cost
Free

Key learning objectives

In this briefing, participants will:

  • be briefed on the purpose of the Act and its objectives
  • learn what is a change or suppression practice under the Act
  • understand the harm caused by change or suppression practices
  • identify remedies that can be taken when someone has experienced a change or suppression practice
  • consider how to prevent harm and minimise vicarious liability.

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We are the experts in Victoria’s Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities (2006), the Equal Opportunity Act (2010) and the Change or Suppression (Conversion) Practices Prohibition Act (2021).

Our courses can help you and your organisation develop, adopt and drive leading practice on equal opportunity and human rights, and prevent discrimination.

Contact us to discuss your needs

Call us: 1300 292 153 (9am-4pm, weekdays). Email us: csp@veohrc.vic.gov.au

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Address
Level 3, 204 Lygon Street Carlton Victoria 3053

General enquiries
enquiries@veohrc.vic.gov.au

Reception
1300 891 848

Enquiry line
1300 292 153 or (03) 9032 3583

Interpreters
1300 152 494

NRS Voice Relay
1300 555 727 then use 1300 292 153

Media enquiries
0447 526 642

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as First Australians and recognises their culture, history, diversity and deep connection to the land.

We acknowledge that the Commission is on the land of the Kulin Nation and pay our respects to Elders past and present.