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Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission - Online Complaint Form

You may contact the Commission's on 1300 292 153 or to discuss your complaint

Complete our secure online complaint form and submit your complaint directly to the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission.

You should include your name, address and, if possible, a phone number so we can contact you. We cannot accept your complaint unless you include your name and address. The Commission cannot guarantee the security of any electronic exchange of information.

If you are concerned about providing your complaint by email or using the online complaint form, you can download the complaint form (DOC, 230KB) and post your complaint to the Commission.

If you have any queries or need help filling in this form please contact the enquiries team via live chat and request a call back. 

Find out more about the Commission's complaint process.


Part 1: About you

Your details
1. How did you hear about the Commission? (Please choose only one)
Where did the recommendation come from?
2. Do you have the consent to act on the person's/people's behalf ?
Part 2: The Respondent

The person or organisation you are complaining about. 

Please note: If you are complaining about more than one organisation you will need to complete a separate form for each organisation.

Name of any individual respondents

Space Cell NameAddressContact numberRelationship to you
Individual's name
Individual's name
Individual's name
Part 3: About the complaint

Why are you complaining to the Commission? Do you believe you have been discriminated against because of your:
Part 7: Documentation

If you have documents that can help us you can send them in and we will attach them to your complaint. Documents could include medical certificates, termination notices, references, copies of advertisements, relevant photos. (Up to 10 attachments maximum of 2MB each)
3. Consent to enter into dispute resolution
I consent to enter into dispute resolution. (Dispute resolution is an opportunity for people to talk about the complaint and explore ways of resolving it by mutual agreement.)