Agreements and partnerships

Australian Council of Human Rights Authorities 

ADNSW is a member of the Australian Council of Human Rights Authorities (ACHRA) and actively participates in the work undertaken by ACHRA. ACHRA comprises all the State, Territory and Federal human rights and discrimination authorities.

Find out about the work ACHRA does and its members.

Legal Aid NSW

Since 2016, we have had an arrangement with Legal Aid NSW for it to provide an independent, free monthly legal advice service for ADNSW clients. People are able to access this service by booking an appointment to consult with a Legal Aid solicitor.

View the Memorandum of Understanding between ADNSW and Legal Aid NSW (PDF, 141KB).

NSW Ombudsman

Since January 2022, we have had an information sharing and complaint referral agreement in place with the NSW Ombudsman. This agreement helps ensure that there is no ‘wrong door’ for clients, and that complaints are investigated or otherwise resolved in the most effective manner.

View the Memorandum of Understanding between ADNSW and NSW Ombudsman (PDF, 293.8KB).

Play by the Rules

Since 2008, we have had a partnership with Play by the Rules, a platform that provides information, resources, media campaigns and online learning about issues that impact on safe, fair and inclusive sport.

Play by the Rules was developed as the result of collaboration and cooperation between the Australian Sports Commission, Australian Human Rights Commission and all state and territory agencies responsible for sport and recreation, equal opportunity and anti-discrimination.

View the Memorandum of Understanding between ADNSW and Play by the Rules (PDF, 517.1KB).

 

 

Last updated:

25 Jul 2023

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