Videos


Marriage equality (2017)

A message from the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Commissioner, Kevin Cocks, on the current marriage equality debate and the risks of vilification and discrimination.

View the Marriage equality message Link to external website Run time is 2.54 minutes.

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Bank of Queensland (2015)

General Manager of HR, Ian Doyle talks about BOQ's strategies for increasing workforce diversity, in particular to address the under-representation of women in executive roles. Ian discusses why BOQ asks recruitment agencies to remove all identifying information from applications for executive positions, and why it has implemented Unconscious Bias training and Flexibility workshops for management and the recruitment team.

View Bank of Queensland: Diversity and Inclusion story. Run time is 4:34 minutes.

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Beach Day Out (2013)

Disability Action Week (DAW) aims to encourage positive attitudes towards people with a disability. As part of DAW 2013, ADCQ partnered with a variety of private and community based organisations in Central Queensland to host the annual Beach Day Out event in Yeppoon.

View Beach Day Out 2013. Run time is 4:37 minutes.

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Bystander Action (2015)

Have you seen public acts of vilification, racism, or abuse but been unsure what to do? This video gives you some practical tips for taking action when it is safe to do so.

View Bystander Action. Run time is 2:19 minutes.

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Getting a fair go in the tribunal (2013)

Anti-discrimination applications through Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT): A guide for applicants, respondents and advocates.

View Getting a fair go in the tribunal. Run time is 13:51 minutes.

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A Human Rights Act for Queensland (2016)

The Queensland Parliament has ordered an inquiry into whether a Human Rights Act is needed in Queensland. Former Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commissioner, Helen Szoke and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Mick Gooda talk about their experiences with human rights legislation and the benefits it could bring to Queensland if introduced.

View A Human Rights Act for Queensland. Run time is 6:52 minutes.

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Message of community support (2014)

Anti-Discrimination Commissioner, Kevin Cocks delivers a message to the Queensland community about standing up to acts of vilification and discrimination.

View Message of community support. Run time is 2:40 minutes.

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Peter Rowe Butter Factory Exhibition (2014)

Colour is My Voice was artist Peter Rowe's first solo exhibition, held at the Butter Factory Arts Centre and opened on International Day of People with a Disability. This video tells the inspiring story of how Peter, who has Down Syndrome and cannot speak, communicates through his art and though a system called Facilitated Communication, and of how he became a successful artist.

View Peter Rowe Butter Factory Exhibition Opening:4 December 2014. Run time is 10:55 minutes.

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Robert Jones Oration Video (2014)

On Thursday 8 May 2014, the Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland held in partnership with Spinal Injuries Australia, the inaugural Robert Jones Memorial Oration.

View Robert Jones Oration Video 2014. Run time is 40:00 minutes.

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Talk the Walk (2014)

The Anti-Discrimination Commission in partnership with the Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Law and Recognise held a public forum to raise awareness, and discuss constitutional recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.

View Talk the Walk Link to external website. Run time is 1hour 13:13 minutes.

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20th Anniversary of Queensland Anti-Discrimination Law (2011)

To commemorate the 20 year anniversary of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act in 2011, the Anti-Discrimination Commission asked Queenslanders what more needs to be done to make our state more fair and inclusive. What would you do?

View 20th Anniversary of Queensland Anti-Discrimination Law. Run time is 6:38 minutes.

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