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The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth) is a federal law that aims to:
The Act prohibits unlawful discrimination against people with disability and promotes an inclusive approach whenever possible, rather than the provision of separate or parallel services.
Areas covered by the Act that are relevant to Deakin University include: employment; education; access to premises; and the provision of goods, services, accommodation and facilities.
Other relevant laws, standards and guidelines considered in the development of Deakin's Disability Action Plan include: