Wendy Francis

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  • Anti-Christian nexus broken in Victoria

    The exit of the Reason Party (formerly the Sex Party) from the Victorian Parliament is good news as they have been responsible for introducing legislation which harms the most vulnerable Victorians. Read More

  • ACL invited to meet with Justice Rothman

    On Friday 9 December, ACL’s National Director of Politics, Wendy Francis, accompanied by our legal counsel, Christopher Brohier, and Queensland Director, Rob Norman, met with the Hon Justice Stephen Rothman AM in his role as ALRC Commissioner, appointed to oversee the review of the SDA. Read More

  • Stand against the aggressive pro-abortion agenda

    Last week I was privileged to be invited to be part of a relatively small group to hear from Jordan Peterson in Federal Parliament. Amongst other profundities, he said, “I don’t care what your view of abortion is – fewer is better. Let’s start there.”  Whilst I don’t disagree with his desire for less abortions,… Read More

  • Research on abortion coercion confirms what was intuitively understood

    Reproductive Health Journal research regarding coercion and abuse of pregnant women has revealed the most common form of coercion and abuse of pregnant women is that which pressures them into having an abortion. Read More

  • “That sounds like murder to me!”

    Laura Jayes on Sky News – “That sounds like murder to me!” Read More

  • More support for women, not penalties

    Following the overturning of Roe v Wade in the USA, a journalist in Australia contacted the ACL with the following questions… Read More

  • Now’s the time for introductions!

    We have a new parliament and each of us have a Representative to parliament that has either been newly elected or re-elected. This gives us a great opportunity to reach out and open the door for us to have meaningful dialogue with them over this term of parliament. To help you do this, we have… Read More

  • Is a Federal Religious Discrimination Bill dead and buried?

    What many do not realise is that over 60% of Australians (14 million people) identify as religious, and almost 3 in 10 Australians (29%) report having been discriminated against on the basis of their religious beliefs. This is, unfortunately, a growing trend. Increasingly, churches, faith-based schools and organisations are being targeted for simply adhering to… Read More

  • The importance of your school P&C

    It can be difficult to keep up with the multiple ways schools are teaching our children how good it is to identify as ‘queer.’ Read More

  • Vic: More intentionally motherless children

    Do mothers matter? The rise in the number of intentionally motherless children can be attributed to marriage equality laws. Now, Victoria is allowing single men access to surrogacy. Read More

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