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Places of discrimination

It is unlawful to treat people unfairly because of their

in these areas of public life:

It is also unlawful to treat people unfavourably in work or study because they wear dress or adornments or present an appearance that is required by or symbolic of their religion.

It is likewise unlawful to treat people unfavourably in customer service because they have a child with them or because they are breast- or bottle-feeding a child.

Sexual harassment, victimisation, discrimination against whistleblowers, and in some cases bullying are also unlawful under the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (SA).

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