Human Rights Act 1993

Abbreviation
Human Rights Act 1993
Valid from
1/02/1994

Information provider
Parliamentary Counsel Office
Author
Parliamentary Counsel Office
Information type
Legislation
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Description

The Human Rights Act’s intention is to help ensure that all people in New Zealand are treated fairly and equally. The Act also sets out the role of the Human Rights Commission.

Under the Act, the Commission has the power to resolve disputes relating to unlawful discrimination. If you believe you have been discriminated against you can ask the Commission for help.

The Human Rights Act protects people in New Zealand from discrimination in a number of areas of life. Discrimination occurs when a person is treated unfairly or less favourably than another person in the same or similar circumstances.

The Human Rights Act lists the areas and grounds where discrimination is unlawful and also some exemptions or exclusions. 

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Description

The Human Rights Act’s intention is to help ensure that all people in New Zealand are treated fairly and equally. The Act also sets out the role of the Human Rights Commission.

Under the Act, the Commission has the power to resolve disputes relating to unlawful discrimination. If you believe you have been discriminated against you can ask the Commission for help.

The Human Rights Act protects people in New Zealand from discrimination in a number of areas of life. Discrimination occurs when a person is treated unfairly or less favourably than another person in the same or similar circumstances.

The Human Rights Act lists the areas and grounds where discrimination is unlawful and also some exemptions or exclusions. 

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Human Rights Act 1993
Description

The Human Rights Act’s intention is to help ensure that all people in New Zealand are treated fairly and equally. The Act also sets out the role of the Human Rights Commission.

Under the Act, the Commission has the power to resolve disputes relating to unlawful discrimination. If you believe you have been discriminated against you can ask the Commission for help.

The Human Rights Act protects people in New Zealand from discrimination in a number of areas of life. Discrimination occurs when a person is treated unfairly or less favourably than another person in the same or similar circumstances.

The Human Rights Act lists the areas and grounds where discrimination is unlawful and also some exemptions or exclusions. 

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