Section 35

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(1) It is unlawful for a person to harass another person who:
(a)  is an employee of that person; and
(b)  has a disability;
in relation to the disability.

(2)  It is unlawful for a person to harass another person who:
(a)  is an employee of a person by whom the first‑mentioned person is employed; and
(b)  has a disability;
in relation to the disability.

(3)  It is unlawful for a person to harass another person who:
(a)  is seeking employment by the first‑mentioned person or by an employer of the first‑mentioned person; and
(b)  has a disability;
in relation to the disability.

(4)  It is unlawful for a person to harass another person who:
(a)  is a commission agent or contract worker of that person; and
(b)  has a disability;
in relation to the disability.

(5)  It is unlawful for a person to harass another person who:
(a)  is a commission agent or contract worker of a person of whom the first‑mentioned person is a commission agent or contract worker; and
(b)  has a disability;
in relation to the disability.

(6)  It is unlawful for a person to harass another person who:
(a)  is seeking to become a commission agent or contract worker of the first‑mentioned person or of a person of whom the first‑mentioned person is a commission agent or contract worker; and
(b)  has a disability;
in relation to the disability.

Law / January 1993 / Australia / Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth)

The objects of this Act are:

(a)  to eliminate, as far as possible, discrimination against persons on the ground of disability in the areas of:
(i)  work, accommodation, education, access to premises, clubs and sport; and
(ii)  the provision of goods, facilities, services and land; and
(iii)  existing laws; and
(iv)  the administration of Commonwealth laws and programs; and

(b)  to ensure, as far as practicable, that persons with disabilities have the same rights to equality before the law as the rest of the community; and

(c)  to promote recognition and acceptance within the community of the principle that persons with disabilities have the same fundamental rights as the rest of the community