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LIV recommends Victorian LGBTIQ law reform

LIV recommends Victorian LGBTIQ law reform

By Administrative Law and Human Rights Section

Human Rights LGBTIQ 

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In a submission to the Victorian Government’s LGBTIQ Strategy, the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) has made recommendations for law reform to promote LGBTIQ equality and reduce discrimination in Victoria. 

The submission was written in conjunction with LIVOut, the LIV’s LGBTIQ working group, as well as members of the LIV’s Human Rights Committee.
 
The submission provides recommendations to narrow religious exemptions under the Equal Opportunity Act 2020 (Vic), introduce new protected attributes under anti-vilification law such as sexual orientation and gender identity, and ban harmful conversion practices. 
 
Read the full submission here.

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Administrative Law and Human Rights Section
alhr@liv.asn
03 9607 9414
 

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