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Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission (1993 - )

From
1993
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Website
http://www.adc.nt.gov.au/

Summary

The Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission was established in 1993 with the aim of eliminating discrimination by raising awareness about the rights and responsibilities of individuals under the Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Act. The Commission has three main roles: public education and training; the handling of complaints and community engagement.

Sources used to compile this entry: 'About', Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission, http://www.adc.nt.gov.au/about.html, accessed online 21 August 2016.

Marina Loane

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