1 - SEX & GENDER THEORY EDUCATION
a) Does your party have a policy on whether gender theory should be taught in schools and, if so, could you please state what that policy is?
b) Does your party commit to withdrawing the controversial Safe Schools program and other similar programs already being taught?
The Federal Labor party has stated its intention, if elected to government, is to provide federal funding to the Safe Schools program. In this event, will your party:
a) Refuse federal funding and maintain a commitment to keep gender theory programs out of the classroom?
2 – ABORTION
a) Does your party propose to change current abortion laws in Queensland and, if so, how? Could you please outline your party’s policy on abortion?
b) Will you adhere to this policy for the entire 56th parliament?
c) Will your party commit to voting against the introduction of legislation that reduces protections for the unborn within the next parliament?
d) Will your party commit to an inquiry into why babies that are currently born alive are not given medical assistance to stay alive?
3 – EUTHANASIA
a) Will your party commit to ensuring that euthanasia is not legalised in Queensland?
b) Will your party commit to voting against the introduction of legislation concerning euthanasia or assisted suicide within the next parliament?
4 – OUTDOOR ADVERTISING
a) Will your party commit to a policy to ensure that outdoor advertising is ‘G’ rated?
b) Will your party commit to introducing legislation to penalise advertisers who repeatedly breach the code?
5 – PROSTITUTION
a) Will your party commit to a meaningful examination of this successful policy approach to prostitution with a view to implementing a similar approach in Queensland?
6 – HUMAN RIGHTS BILL
a) There has been some discussion concerning the introduction of a Bill to protect human rights. What is your party’s policy on this issue? How will your party ensure that such a bill gives equality to the rights of freedom of freedom of thought conscience and religion and freedom of expression so that they do not become subservient to the right of non-discrimination?
b) Specifically how will your party protect the freedom of thought conscience and religion and freedom of expression of the substantial number of Queenslanders who will not want to use their professional and/or artistic skills to be involved in same-sex marriages?
c) Section 124A of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991, a so-called “hate speech” provision has been used recently to suppress freedom of speech. In a free and democratic society, commentators should have the freedom to argue points of view without the threat of coercive action against them if they cause offense. Will your party commit to an examination of the impact that s124A has had on free speech and consider amending or removing this section?
7 – CHILD SAFETY – FOSTER SYSTEM
a) What is your party’s policy with regard to foster care? Will your party commit to reform the Queensland foster care system and adoption procedures to provide permanency and stability for children in foster care?