Whose fault is it? Asking the right question to address discrimination SKU17051

Belinda Smith and Dominique Allen

Do Australian anti-discrimination laws need reformatting or reform? This article compares Australia’s laws with their equivalent in the United Kingdom and Canada to show that our laws have simply not matured in the way their counterparts have. The regulatory trend discernible in these jurisdictions is clearly a move away from an individual fault-based model like Australia’s toward one that casts a wider net, requiring duty-holders not to merely refrain from wrong-doing but to make at least reasonable efforts to promote equality.

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