Graeme Innes


Promoting equality and combating discrimination are fundamental to the protection of human rights in Australia. Read more 

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Latest News

PIAC working with disability advocates to fix ‘reasonable adjustments’ 13 Nov 2019

PIAC is partnering with People with Disability Australia (PWDA) to advocate for essential amendments to the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth) (the DDA). These changes are necessary because of the 2017 case of Sklavos v Australian College of Dermatologists, in...

A fairer NDIS: PIAC calls for more transparency re settlements

28 Oct 2019

PIAC has called for the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to make public the details of appeal cases it is...

Religious Discrimination Bill: radical and flawed

1 Oct 2019

The Government’s Exposure Draft Religious Discrimination Bill represents a radical step that will undermine existing anti-discrimination protections and the integrity...

'Wake-up call': Royal Caribbean settles with MND patient

17 Sep 2019

‘A global cruise ship company has reached a settlement with a high-profile motor neurone disease patient who was turned away...

Cruise case settled: a win for travellers with disability

16 Sep 2019

It will be easier for people with disability to access and enjoy cruises following the successful settlement of a claim...

About this project

PIAC maintains one of Australia’s leading practices in discrimination law, with a history of successful test cases.

Our recent work has focused on systemic discrimination against people with a disability and sex discrimination.

We have had particular success working with people with a disability to achieve accessible services, such as public transport, education, insurance, media and online services.

PIAC’s mental health and insurance project has been at the forefront of major changes to industry practices to ensure fairer treatment of people with mental health conditions seeking insurance.

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