A woman's right
Women in Queensland have every right to live and work free from discrimination. Change in community attitudes influenced by anti-discrimination legislation has brought about significant cultural change. Yet, the struggle for women’s rights continues. Neroli Holmes, Queensland’s Deputy Anti-Discrimination Commissioner, and Kerriann Dear from Working Women Queensland, share their thoughts on how far Queensland has come in fostering a society free of sex discrimination and how important it is for all Queenslanders to keep up the momentum.
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Interviewees: Kerriann Dear, Director, Working Women Queensland and Neroli Holmes, Queensland Deputy Anti-Discrimination Commissioner, ADCQ
Interviewer: Olivia Robinson,Manager, Strategic Projects, Queensland Memory, SLQ
Filmmaker: Jeremy Santolin, The Picture Club
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