In NSW it is against the law to discriminate against you (treat you unfairly) because of your: age, disability, homosexuality, marital or domestic status, race, responsibilities as a carer, sex (including breast feeding and pregnancy) and transgender status. It is unlawful for someone to sexually harass you. “The Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW administers the anti- discrimination laws, and handles complaints under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). It is part of the NSW Department of Justice. We provide free and confidential advice about discrimination, bullying and harassment. Call our inquiry line to discuss any issues you might have. We have a team of indigenous members.