Australian Government Discrimination: Taxpayer-funded public service jobs will favour new recruits who are from racial and ‘gender identity’ minorities as part of politically correct overhaul

Australian Government Discrimination: Taxpayer-funded public service jobs will favour new recruits who are from racial and ‘gender identity’ minorities as part of politically correct overhaul. By Sahar Mourad.

Public service employers are being pushed to favour new recruits who are from racial and gender identity minorities in what is seen as a politically correct overhaul.

The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has called on the Federal Government to set new targets to hire staff from ‘disadvantaged racial groups’, the Courier Mail reported.

AHRC believes consideration should be given to employ staff with diverse qualities and there should be ‘measurable targets with clear time frames that hold agencies accountable’. …

Since August 1 2013, it has been unlawful to discriminate against a person on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and intersex status under federal law.

Changing course from “must not discriminate” to “must discriminate”:

The Australian Public Service Commission — which is committed to employing people with disabilities — has a target of 3 per cent indigenous employment by the end of this year.

Official discrimination is not just for the defense force, which is frantically favoring females over males.

The Australian Labor Party started officially discriminating between men and women, within the ALP, in the 1990s. Now they have spread it right across the Australian Government. The left has had a lot of big wins on culture in the last few decades. The ideas of merit and equality of opportunity have been all but buried in government.