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Close down: Please note that the office of the Equal Opportunity Commission will be closed on December 27. It will be open as normal on Monday, December 30, 2013
Vale Nelson Mandela
The Equal Opportunity Commission extends its condolences to his family and pays tribute to a man who fought his entire life for the rights of his people. His legacy will endure as one of the foremost freedom fighters and political leaders of the 20th century.
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY LECTURE
with The Hon. Fred Chaney
Reconciliation: How far have we come?
on 10 December 2013
at the State Library Theatre,
Perth Cultural Centre, 25 Francis St, Perth
Secure your seat and book now Here
EOC e-bulletin 2: Monday November 5, 2013
Community forum on homophobic bullying
EOC Community Education Officer Marc Newhouse gave a presentation on the Commission’s collaborative Safe Schools project for teachers, students and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual and intersex (GLBTI) advocates. Mr Newhouse spoke about the project to address gender and sexuality based bullying and discrimination in WA schools. Read more here.
The Equal Opportunity Commission respectfully acknowledges the past and present traditional owners of Western Australia and pays respects to the leaders of the traditional custodians of this land.