MEDIA RELEASE – Rationalist Society on religious freedom review
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MEDIA RELEASE – Rationalist Society on religious freedom review

Religious freedom laws should be a shield, not a sword

Meredith Doig

13 December 2018

Submission: Faith-based schools and discrimination
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Submission: Faith-based schools and discrimination

Legislative exemptions that allow faith-based educational institutions to discriminate against students, teachers and staff Submission to the Legal and Constitutional Affairs...

Hugh Harris

22 November 2018

RSA Patron Michael Kirby on religious freedoms
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RSA Patron Michael Kirby on religious freedoms

Pressure is mounting on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to release a review of religious freedoms conducted by former Attorney...

Meredith Doig

05 October 2018

Bigotry is bad business, so why not let the consumer decide?
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Bigotry is bad business, so why not let the consumer decide?

Take a drive along any arterial road in Australia and you’re likely to pass dwellings dedicated to various deities...

Chris Fotinopoulos

23 September 2018

Letter: to Scott Morrison upon becoming PM
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Letter: to Scott Morrison upon becoming PM

The Hon. Scott Morrison MP Prime Minister Parliament House CANBERRA ACT 2600.   10 September 2018   Dear Prime...

Meredith Doig

10 September 2018

Freethought leaders seek Inquiry into Religious Discrimination
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Freethought leaders seek Inquiry into Religious Discrimination

The Australian Human Rights Commission has rejected out of hand a request by multiple freethought groups for an Inquiry...

Meredith Doig

27 March 2018

Religious freedom must not be a green light to discriminate
Discrimination

Religious freedom must not be a green light to discriminate

Source: Sydney Morning Herald (13 March 2018) - Religious freedom must not be a green light to discriminate As...

Hugh Harris

14 March 2018

2018: drawing a line against prejudice, privilege and power
Discrimination

2018: drawing a line against prejudice, privilege and power

Source: The Age (8 January 2018) - 2018: a year that draws a line against prejudice, privilege and power   ......

Tosca Lloyd

08 January 2018