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- 7 Oct 2014
  • Personal Injury

Transgender and gay students could have a discrimination case

An article in The Advertiser today says a lesbian student has been banned from hugging other girls at school.

A transgender girl who identifies as being male has been banned from wearing a boy’s school uniform.

Could such regulations enforced by the school be considered discrimination against these students?

Geraldine Hannon, Partner at DBH Lawyers talks to Will Goodings on 5AA about the discrimination laws in South Australia and what this could mean for these students. Click below to listen to the audio.

Click here to see the full article on The Advertiser website.