The Gender Equality Law, 2011 established an independent Tribunal to hear and determine discrimination complaints. 

If a person has reasonable grounds to believe that they have been discriminated against as outlined in this Law, a complaint can be made to the Tribunal within 6 months from the date on which the alleged acts occurred. A complaint can also be made by another person other than the alleged victim of discrimination but the Tribunal cannot deal with the complaint unless the alleged victim consents. To file a complaint with the Gender Equality Tribunal, please download the Complaint Form and follow the instructions on the form. Once the form is completed it can be emailed to

The Gender Equality Tribunal's Policies and Procedures contain more information about the role and functions of the Tribunal and how complaints will be handled.