Racism. It Stops with Me.

Racism. It Stops with Me. Campaign

In February 2018, the Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania signed a pledge committing to the Racism. It Stops With Me. campaign. The campaign is part of the National Anti-Racism Partnership and Strategy, which was launched in 2012, led by the Australian Human Rights Commission. The Legal Aid Commission is committed to ensuring that more people recognise that racism is unacceptable in our community and we are proud to be a signatory to the campaign.

Tips for bystanders fact sheet

This fact sheet identifies how we, as bystanders, can stand up to racism in the community and how we can help.

Download the Tips for bystanders fact sheet PDF 354 kb (2 pages)

Report racism, abuse or harassment

If you have been abused or harassed, or if you have seen abuse or harassment,  you can complete this report and forward to Equal Opportunity Tasmania. This is not part of a formal complaint process.

Download and complete the form to report racism PDF 167 kb (4 pages)


These scenarios, depicted in the Australian Human Rights Commission’s 2017 Community Service Announcements, highlight casual or everyday racism in the provision of goods and services and in a work environment.

Last updated: 13/07/2020