Introducing inclusion at an early age helps everyone better understand disability and reduce discrimination, says UNSW's Rosemary Kayess.
While some complain that anti-discrimination laws stifle freedom of speech, there is good evidence that they make a more harmonious, safe and equal society.
The bill to legalise same-sex marriage should not reduce anti-discrimination protections for LGBTIQ people, Kingsford Legal Centre says.
Résumé-based discrimination in Australia against foreign sounding names is both statistically significant and worryingly pervasive, writes Usman W. Chohan.
Australia has made important steps when it comes to eradicating racial discrimination, but much remains to be done within our laws and the community, writes George Williams.
Research by University of Queensland economists Paul Frijters and Redzo Mujcic revealing discrimination by Brisbane bus drivers deserves to be published, writes Andreas Ortmann.
Again and again Wicked Campers has flouted rulings against the intimidatory and misogynistic slogans on its vans for hire. We need a judgement with bite, writes Helen Pringle.
Having a 'right to education' can open a legal minefield, writes Fergal Davis.