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Sign the petition to protect your religious freedom!

Your religious freedom should be protected by law in Australia.

But right now, it’s not – and that puts you at great risk.

That’s why people like former Essendon Football Club CEO Andrew Thorburn are being booted out of their jobs simply because they believe something different from what others believe.

Right now, you can be punished if someone feels offended by your expression of your beliefs.

You could even face investigation or legal action for your church’s stance on abortion, marriage, sexuality, gender, and more. 

You should be allowed to think, speak, and act according to what you believe.

The Government promised they’d write into law the protections you need for your religious freedom, but they still haven’t delivered that protection for you.

Your help is needed today, because only when we stand together will our voices be heard by the decision-makers in Canberra – voices calling for laws that will:

Sign this petition to tell Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Opposition Leader Peter Dutton to provide legal protection from discrimination against people of faith like you.

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