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Exemptions from discrimination laws

As well as the exemptions that are already given by the law, it is possible for an employer, education provider or other trader to apply for an exemption to a discrimination law to cover their own particular circumstances.

The South Australian Employment Tribunal can grant exemptions from provisions of the South Australian Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (SA) (including outside of employment situations) and the Australian Human Rights Commission can grant exemptions from provisions of Commonwealth anti-discrimination laws.

In general, exemptions are granted for a limited time and conditions may be imposed.

See further:

The Equal Opportunity Commission's website on Exceptions to the Rules; and

The Australian Human Rights Commission website on Exemptions.

Exemptions from discrimination laws  :  Last Revised: Mon Apr 15th 2019
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