Are you experiencing an emergency?
If so, please dial 000 now.
Do you need support or advice?
If so, please contact 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732).
This hotline is staffed by trauma-informed counsellors who can provide 24-hour support for people impacted by sexual assault and abuse.
Do you need legal information or advice?
If so, you can find up to date links and resources on harrassment and discrimination at work, or you can contact Justice Connect.
The Australian Human Right’s Commission’s National Information Service also provides information on sexual harassment. Please call 1300-656-419 or (02) 9284 988. However, the AHRC is unable to give you legal advice because it handles complaints.
Do you want to make a complaint?
If so, please contact the Australian Human Right’s Commission (AHRC).
However, the AHRC advises you to seek legal advice before making a complaint. If you are considering making a complaint, we suggest you to contact Justice Connect to see if you are eligible for free legal assistance.
Would you like to download our factsheet on sexual harassment?
This factsheet provides more detailed information on sexual harassment. It provides both general advice and connections to a range of organisations that can help.
It has been compiled with the assistance of Justice Connect.