A guide to protecting your privacy in NSW

Information and Privacy Commission NSW
What is privacy - what are privacy principles - what to do if you think your priavcy has been breached. Also available in community languages.

Anti-Discrimination Board NSW

Anti-Discrimination Board (NSW)
Explains types of unlawful discrimination - race - disability - carers - age - indigenous people - pregnancy - marital status - harassment - sexual harassment - vilification - homosexual discrimination - transgender discrimination - includes making and lodging complaints - going to the tribunal and conciliation conferences.
Information available in community languages.

Australian Electoral Commission

Australian Electoral Commission
How to enrol - voting - electoral boundaries - elections - political parties. Information on enrolling and voting in community languages.

Centrelink website

Centrelink
For information about payments click on the box that applies to you eg families - separated families - job seekers - older Australians - carers -people with disability - indigenous Australians - migrants and refugees - rural and remote Australians - students and trainees.
Information in community languages.

Domestic violence - staying home, leaving violence

Family & Community Services (NSW)
An excellent website for women experiencing domestic violence. Explains services provided - for Aboriginal women - same-sex relationships - women with disabilities - children - financial issues - long term violence - women's refuges - internet safety - help with difficult decisions - legal protections - AVOs - emergency services - sexual assault - important contact details. Includes a short video.
Staying home leaving violence - provides support to let you stay in your home.
Information in community languages.

Fair Work Ombudsman

Fair Work Ombudsman
Fair Work Ombudsman gives advice and information on workplace rights and responsibilities - pay - awards - leave - conditons of employment - termination of employment - investigates workplace complaints - enforces compliance with national workplace laws.
Information in various languages - Arabic, Chinese, Croatian, Dari, Filipino, Greek, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Macedonian, Nepali, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Sinhalese, Somali, Spanish, Tamil, Thai, Tongan, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese.

Asylum explained: a guide to the process of seeking asylum in Australia

Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
Who is a refugee? - Refugee Convention - how to apply for protection - Protection Visa - migration agents - Refugee Review Tribunal - Judicial Review - Ministerial Appeal - if you arrived by boat. Explanations in many community languages.

Moneysmart - Borrowing & credit

Australian Securities and Investments Commission
Borrowing basics - credit cards - debit cards - home loans - car loans - personal loans, overdrafts and other types of credit - consumer credit regulation.
Information available in community languages.

Your review rights under the GIPA Act

Information and Privacy Commission NSW
Information about the right to request a review of certain decisions made by government agencies about the release of information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act).

Fair Work Commission

Fair Work Commission
National workplace relations tribunal - minimum wages and employment conditions - national awards and agreements - dispute resolution - industrial action and termination of employment.
Some information is available in Arabic, Chinese Croatian, Dari, Greek, Filipino, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Russian, Serbian, Sinhalese, Somali, Spanish, Thai, Tamil, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese

Using a registered migration agent

Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority
Information about using the service of a migration agent - what a migration agent does, how to choose one, and resolving disputes with an agent. Available in many community languages including Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Dari, Dinka, Farsi, French, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Karen, Korean, Malay, Nepali, Portuguese, Russian, Sinhalese, Tamil, Thai, Urdu, Vietnamese.

Changes to tenancy laws - audio

NSW Fair Trading
Explains the new Residential Tenancies Act 2010 that commenced 31 January 2011.
Listen in community languages: Arabic, Burmese, Dari, Dinka, Kirundi, Korean, Mandarin, Somali, Swahili, Tetum.

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