Wiyi Yani U Thangani

Women's Voices

Securing our rights securing our future

 

 

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Support services

Speaking out about a traumatic experience can be distressing. If you decide to provide information to us but find that either during or after providing information, that relaying the experience(s) of trauma is causing you distress, you can access counselling support through:

  • 1800RESPECT (24/7 national sexual assault and domestic and family violence counselling service)
  • The Healing Foundation
  • Your local Aboriginal Legal Service
  • Your local Aboriginal Medical Service
  • Your local family violence prevention service


A more comprehensive list of these support services is available

If you want any further information concerning this project or if you have any issues which may be related to your involvement in the project, you can contact the Commission by email: wiyiyaniuthangani@humanrights.gov.au or phone: 02 9284 9600.

 

Dealing with discrimination

The Australian Human Rights Commission is an independent organisation that investigates complaints about discrimination, harassment and unfair treatment on the basis of race, colour, descent, gender, disability, age and other grounds.

For free advice on discrimination and your rights, or to make a complaint, call our National Information Service on 02 9284 9888/1300 656 419 (local call) or 1800 620 241 (toll free). You can also email us at complaintsinfo@humanrights.gov.au

Information about making or responding to a complaint is available at http://www.humanrights.gov.au/complaint-information

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