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Change or Suppression (Conversion) Prohibition Act 2021: Information briefing

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


Anyone who would like to know more about this law

Thursday 14 March 2024 – 10am–11.30am
Tuesday 21 May 2024 – 11am–12.30pm
Wednesday 11 September 2024 – 10.30am–12pm

90 minutes



Key learning objectives

In this briefing, participants will:

  • understand the context of this Act in our laws
  • be briefed on the foundations of the Act and its objectives
  • learn what change and suppression practices are under the Act, and what you can and can’t do
  • understand the harm caused by change and suppression practices
  • understand the consequences for doing change and suppression practices
  • 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.

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