The Anti-Discrimination Commission can help to resolve complaints.
It does not have the power to decide if unlawful discrimination has occurred, and it does not take sides.
Discrimination related complaints
A complaint can be made under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 about:
Reprisal for making a Public Interest Disclosure complaints
Free information and enquiry service
If you are unsure whether you can make a complaint to the Commission, contact the free Queensland-wide information and enquiry Service. We can arrange an interpreter if required.
- phone 1300 130 670, TTY 1300 130 680
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The service can give confidential information about your rights and responsibilities under the Anti-Discrimination Act, but cannot provide legal advice.
If the Commission cannot deal with your complaint, we will try to refer you to an agency which can assist.