The right to employment is a right recognised under international conventions and Australian law. The information in this section outlines basic rights for employees in Australia, as well as how these rights can be protected and enforced.
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The right to employment
Which international treaty covers this right?
How is the right to employment protected in Australia?
In relation to this right, are there any General Comments from treaty bodies which may be of particular interest and use to Indigenous peoples?
What are my rights at work?
What can I do if I am discriminated against in seeking employment and in the workplace?
What can I do if the terms of my employment are unfair?
What can I do if I believe that I have been unfairly dismissed?
Can I join a union?
Employment and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Bodies/organisations furthering employment in indigenous communities
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