Media Release

Parental concern must be heard

The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes the desire of the new South Australian Labor leader, Peter Malinauskas, to listen to South Australians.

ACL SA director Christopher Brohier said he was hopeful the Labor Party would listen to parental concerns around controversial Safe Schools-type gender theory programs which it mandated while in Government.

“It is clear that within the electorate there is little appetite for the extreme gender theory that had been promoted by the Labor Government.” Mr Brohier said.

“South Australian parents will be looking for the Labor Party to support the commitment made by the incoming Liberal Government to wind back the controversial gender theory inspired Shine SA Safe Schools program from schools.

“Gender theory is scientifically flawed and exposes young lives to great harm if believed and implemented. 

“Therefore, Labor should reconsider and abandon its current support for this radical and flawed ideology.

More media releases…

a group of people standing in front of a crowd

WA Rally for Life

This years Rally for Life at the WA Parliament drew a crowd of close to 2000 people, much the same as last year.    The Rally marked the 25th Anniversary of

Vic: Drag Queen Story Time

You may have heard that the Victorian Government recently held a Drag Queen Story Time (DQST) in Parliament House, ostensibly to oppose bigotry. The Premier and other ministers and Labor

Retain the oath in trials

You may have read this headline in the Australian of 19 April 2023 “Religious jurors more likely to find secular defendants guilty.” It is not true.