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Dennis Rigon v CAMS Limited IN THE HUMAN RIGHTS AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION ACT 1992 ELIZABETH VARDON No.H99/60 Number of pages - PERTH, 14-18, 20 March, 6 April 2000 (hearing), 28 August 2000 (decision) #DATE 00 Appearances Ms Penelope Giles for the Complainant instructed by Paiker & Overmeire, Barristers and Solicitors Mr Phil Mc Cann for the Respondent instructed by Phillips Fox Lawyers Order See final paragraphs. INTRODUCTION This matter concerns a complaint under s.28 of the (Cth) ("the Act").Forty-eight per cent have never started a conversation with a disabled person.Seventy-six per cent have never invited a disabled person to a social occasion and only 16 per cent have invited one of us into their homes.The respondent has refused to grant the complainant a general competition licence, thereby excluding him from participating in the sport of Formula Ford motor racing.

The respondent, CAMS Ltd ("CAMS") is the body which controls motor racing, including Formula Ford motor racing, in Australia."Not enough people know a disabled person or know enough about disability," says Mark Atkinson, Scope's interim chief executive."That's why Scope launched End the Awkward – it aims to tackle the awkwardness that many people feel about disability." Part of the initiative involves teaming up with Channel 4 to release a series of short films called "What Not to Do".Saddest of all, only five per cent of people who are not disabled have ever asked out, or been on a date with, someone who is.To put all this in context, disabled people make up 18 per cent of the population. The most important result to come from Scope's survey is "End the Awkward", the campaign it inspired the charity to begin.

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