We'd love to hear your stories about diversity in Canberra. Sharing via social media using the #diversitygoeswith will ensure everyone hears your story, but you can also contact us using this form. 

Anonymous Information/Report

You can also use this form to anonymously notify us about issues of concern. The ACT Human Rights Commission encourages residents of Canberra to notify us about any serious instances of discrimination or  vilification. 

Anonymous information you provide may assist in delivering the services and support to those who really need them. Please provide as much detail as you can about what happened, including where it occurred and when it happened. This will aid us to better understand what you are reporting. 

Make a Formal Complaint Instead? 

An anonymous report made using this form is not the same as making a formal complaint to us. We may be able to resolve your concerns if you choose to make a complaint, and there is more information about our complaint handling role on our discrimination webpage.

Please note, if you choose to use this form to provide anonymous information, rather than  a formal complaint via our discrimination webpage, we cannot tell you the outcome of our investigation of your concerns. 


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Diversity in action

Following the trail of diversity in the Australian Capital Territory.

Walk Together!

Wendy Dawes

You could hear the drums from Reconciliation Place mid-Saturday morning, a steady optimistic beat echoing across Lake Burley Griffin. Soon, about 250 people could be seen making the walk across Commonwealth Avenue Bridge, carrying banners, flags, children and kites, and wearing their hearts on their sleeves.

It was not an angry protest, or a sombre funeral march - it was a unified act of kindness - just like-minded people making a statement that this country would welcome those in need, regardless of skin colour, race or faith. 

When united with 25 other groups marching for the same purpose in towns all across Australia, the simple message of those marching – #saywelcome – became a chorus of positivity.