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Christians must wait as laws are put on hold

The NSW Government will not outlaw religious discrimination until at least next year, after decades of waiting for the much-needed reform.

Dr Kevin Donnelly: UK consciously drops the unconscious bias

In an address delivered just before Christmas, the UK’s International Trade Secretary Liz Truss delivered a speech guaranteed to regain the lost confidence of...

Activist drops claim against mum of four

A discrimination claim brought by an activist against a Brisbane mum exposes a troubling trend, says lawyer.

Remedy for a double standard in NSW law

Bill would make NSW anti-discrimination law consistent Without very much fanfare, a very significant bill was tabled in the NSW Parliament last week.  The Anti-Discrimination...

Religious schools under fire

This case reveals that the introduction of same-sex marriage was just one step in a much longer campaign to force compliance on everyone, including churches and church-run institutions.

It’s not just Israel Folau’s future that’s at stake

Now is not the time for silence If you haven't joined the dots, let me help you. As I write, it is the end of...

Dr Greg Walsh: Laws will neutralise education

Religious schools may again be under threat from proposed changes to the Sex Discrimination Act when the Commonwealth Parliament resumes on 11 February. In...
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