A consortium of Australian organisations fighting against sexual exploitation has called for an overhaul of the classification and advertising standards at the inaugural Australian Summit Against Sexual Exploitation.
The Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed the announced gambling ads ban as a first step in protecting families from the legitimisation of sports betting.
The Australian Christian Lobby has expressed concern with reports the federal government plans to redirect foreign aid money from the poor to bolster anti-terrorism efforts in tomorrow’s Federal Budget.
The WA Labor Government should heed warnings against the radical gender theory embedded in the Respectful Relationships School Program before implementing it in the state, warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
Reports the Victorian Government has received an interim report advocating assisted suicide legislation reveals the tactics of those pushing for legalisation, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby has cautiously welcomed a call by a group of celebrities for a non-ideological national anti-bullying program for schools but said parents should be the primary stakeholders consulted in the development of any new program.
The latest push by the fertility industry to monetise a trade in human babies, women’s eggs and create a rental market for women’s wombs in Australia needs to be resisted by federal parliamentarians, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed news that safeguards to guard against sex selection for assisted reproductive procedures will remain in place.
Recent comments by Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff that the controversial “Safe Schools” program would be discontinued in Tasmania may provide false comfort to parents, warns Australian Christian Lobby Tasmanian director, Mark Brown.
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The Australian Christian Lobby has condemned the latest horrific and debauched ‘art’ spectacle proposed by Hermann Nitsch at Tasmania’s MONA attraction and has called on Premier Will Hodgman to withdraw taxpayer support of it.
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