Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland
The Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland is an independent statutory authority which administers the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 and has offices in Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville and Cairns.
Queensland legislation aims to protect people in Queensland from discrimination, sexual harassment and other objectionable conduct in their public lives.
Do you want to make a complaint or have questions about the complaints process?
Further information on Complaints Information and Procedures is available from the Commission website. The information provided is intended as a guide only to the sorts of matters that can be dealt with as complaints.
Training and education
The Commission provides educational activities and resources, to increase community awareness of discrimination law in Queensland, a range of courses are available in Brisbane and various regional areas.
Please visit the Training and education page on the Commission website for further information including the training schedule.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Specific information is available for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Information about protection under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 and how to contact the Commission is available in 27 community languages.