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If a person is treated less favourably or subjected to unwanted behaviour on the basis of a particular characteristic that is protected by law, that behaviour may be considered unlawful harassment or discrimination.

The grounds listed below provide a general guide to characteristics covered by state, territory and federal legislation.

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