Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Service

Our Outreach Program has Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff who provide culturally appropriate services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across NSW. The Outreach Program can assist you if you have experienced discrimination. 

 Download the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Program flyer (PDF , 281.1 KB)

Aboriginal artwork by Tyesha Tighe. Dot painting in predominantly rose, yellow, orange, black and white colours, showing two perpendicular wave formed shapes. In their intersection, there are three concentric circles. In each of the 4 quarters outside the shapes, dotted symbols are shown.
Image: Tyesha Tighe shows all the community coming together at the river and waterhole

What we do

  • We provide a confidential enquiry service
  • We investigate and conciliate discrimination complaints
  • We engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations.
  • We provide community information sessions about anti-discrimination laws and our services

Help in dealing with discrimination

Anti-Discrimination NSW’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander team can help you address your problem. You may be able to deal with it locally, write a letter, organise information sessions or lodge a complaint. Our team can give you information so that you can decide what you want to do.

Contact the Outreach Team 

Artwork by:

Tyesha Tighe shows all the community coming together at the river and waterhole.

Last updated:

31 Aug 2021

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We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the First Nations Peoples of NSW and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the ongoing connection Aboriginal people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal people as the original custodians of this land.

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