The Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission promotes equal opportunity for all Territorians. Established in 1993, we aim to eliminate discrimination from happening by raising awareness about individual’s rights and responsibilities under the Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Act.
The Anti-Discrimination Commission has three main roles: Public education and training, handling complaints and community engagement.
28 November 2014
Carine Kapiamba arrived in Australia in 2008 as a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo. In just 6 short years, and with no English language when she first arrived, Carine now has 6 certificates, a Diploma and a Bachelor of Commerce and works full time in Darwin. She arrived with her husband and four children whom she has encouraged to embrace the human rights and civil liberties available in Australia, rights not available in her Homeland. Her journey and success will set the scene for the awards that will showcase the commitment and passion of those who have worked to improved human rights standards and conditions throughout the Northern Territory.
To read more about Carine visit the updated Human Rights Awards page http://www.nthumanrightsawards.com.au/
Make sure you RSVP to attend the NT Human Rights Awards before the 5 December.
Complaints resolution and advocacy for people receiving treatment from NT Mental Health Services.
Dealing with specific issues in sport for administrators, coaches, officials, parents and players.
You Can Play is a national Anti-Homophobia in Sport Initiative bought to you by Play by the Rules.