Other actions that are against the law
It is also unlawful under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1998 (Tas) (the Act) to:
- Sexually harass a person.
- Victimise a person for making a complaint or participating in the complaint process.
- Incite, by a public act, hatred, serious contempt for, or severe ridicule on the basis of race, disability, sexual orientation, lawful sexual activity, religious belief or affiliation, or religious activity.
- Publish, display or advertise in a way that promotes, expresses or depicts discrimination or unlawful conduct.
- Aid, cause or induce another person to breach the Act.
- Engage in any conduct that offends, humiliates, intimidates, insults or ridicules another person on the basis of:
- Sexual orientation
- Lawful sexual activity
- Gender identity
- Marital status
- Relationship status
- Family responsibilities
- Parental status
in circumstances in which a reasonable person, having regard to all the circumstances, would have anticipated that the other person would be offended, humiliated, intimidated, insulted or ridiculed.