Last Updated 14 June 2017
Victimisation includes where a person does or threatens to do an act because another person (s 129 Anti-discrimination Act 1991 (Qld)):
- refuses to do something that would be unlawful
- has alleged or intends to allege that an act would be unlawful
- is involved or intends to be involved in proceedings under the Act.
For example, victimisation may include where a person who has made a complaint of discrimination is further subjected to unfavourable treatment after, and because of, having made a complaint.