Law and justice
Rights and responsibilities
Information and resources about human rights in Australia.
Information about discrimination and anti-discrimination laws in Australia.
WorkCover works with employers, workers and the community of NSW to achieve safer and more productive workplaces.
Access legal information relating to employment issues and rights.
Through the workers compensation system, injured workers may have an entitlement to weekly payments, lump sums for permanent impairment, payment of medical bills and intensive rehabilitation assistance.
People with disabilities have the same human rights as all members of the community. Find out more about disability rights.
EmployABILITY is the NSW Government’s strategy to increase the employment of people with disability, including people with mental illness in the NSW public sector.
If an employee thinks that he/she has been unfairly dismissed by their employer, it may be possible that an unfair dismissal claim can be made to the New South Wales Industrial Relations Commission.
These factsheets give an overview of tenants' rights and obligations under NSW law and provide guidance on how to deal with common tenancy issues.
In this section, you will find information to help you understand what the tenancy laws in NSW mean for you, at the beginning, middle or end of a tenancy.
Information about your legal rights and responsibilities as a consumer.
Information and resources for members of the public about privacy rights in Australia.
Information about copyright laws and legislation in Australia.
How to access NSW Government information and the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (NSW).