Exposure Draft Anti-Discrimination Amendment Bill 2022

Exposure Draft Bill

The Department of the Attorney-General and Justice (the Department) has released the draft Anti‑Discrimination Amendment Bill 2022 for public consultation (the Exposure Draft Bill).

The Exposure Draft Bill contains a number of proposed reforms to the Anti-Discrimination Act 1992 (the Act), which are the result of a comprehensive review of the Act by the Department in 2017‑2018. The reforms aim to ensure the protections offered by the Act meet the contemporary needs of people living in the Territory and address areas where concerns have been raised with the operation of the current legislation.

The Exposure Draft Bill can be accessed here:

Exposure Draft Anti-Discrimination Amendment Bill 2022 PDF (321.0 KB)

The Government is calling for submissions on the Exposure Draft Bill. Feedback provided during this consultation process will inform the Bill.

A submission can be as short and informal as a letter or email, or can be a more detailed document. A submission does not have to address all of the matters contained in the Exposure Draft Bill.

Making a submission

The closing date for submissions is 12 August 2022.

Electronic copies of submissions are preferred.

Please email submissions to: Policy.AGD@nt.gov.au or via post to:

Director, Legal Policy

Department of the Attorney-General and Justice

GPO Box 1722


Non-confidentiality of submissions

Submissions may be made publically available, and may be published on the Department’s website, unless clearly marked as ‘confidential’. The Department may draw upon the contents of submissions made and quote from them or refer to them in reports, which may also be made publically available.

Fact sheet - Modernising the Anti-Discrimination Act 1992

Last updated: 18 July 2022

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