Bankstown: Racial Discrimination and Vilification law training course
Saturday, 10 September 2005
Is it legal in Australia for someone to say “all Muslims should be killed”? Can a Muslim be sacked because their need to pray is disruptive? How well are human rights protected in Australia? What do human rights mean in your community and in your work?
AMCRAN is running a one-day course on the racial/religious discrimination and vilification aspects of human rights in Australia and how these affect your work as a community worker with respect to the Muslim community.
The program will have a specific focus on the following:
- Racial Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
- Discrimination in the Workplace
- What are the avenues of complaint?
- What are the practical considerations in submitting a complaint?
- What is the law with respect to vilification?
|| Bass and Flinders Room
Pacific International Hotel – Bankstown
477 Chapel Road
Bankstown NSW 2200
|| Saturday 10 September 2005
|| 10.00 am to 4.00 pm
||$35.00 (but see below)
Places are limited so please register by Friday 26 August 2005.
Note: Priority will be given to those who expressed interest in the
Due to the generosity of the Canberra Islamic Centre, a total of four scholarships are available to students and those who have financial or other special needs. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
To practising solicitors – MCLE Units:
If this particular educational activity is relevant to your immediate or
long term needs in relation to your professional development and
practice of the law, then you should claim one "unit” for each hour of
attendance, refreshment breaks not included.
Enquiries to Agnes Chong at email@example.com.
A pdf version of the form, including registation details, is available here.