Are concerns about religious freedom just scaremongering? Or in the light of the same-sex marriage vote, should the church be concerned about freedom of religion, conscience and thought in Australia?
Religious freedom – the Ruddock Review is complete and the government policy on this could be released as soon as next week.
The Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA), facing increasing backlash from the community, have launched their latest virtue signaling attempt, announcing that they are “tightening” their code of ethics to prevent negative gender stereotyping.
If it wasn’t so serious, it would be a joke.
No doubt most of you have now heard about the absurd new campaign being promoted by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.
Council of the Aging (COTA) has called elder abuse an epidemic in Australia.
They suggest rates of abuse could be as high as 10% of older Australians.
Let that figure sink in for a minute.
Religious freedom should not be understood as an exemption from the law or a special privilege, but as a fundamental human right, the Australian Christian Lobby said today.
The comments come after calls by Amnesty International to remove religious exemptions from discrimination laws to strip Christian schools of their right to prefer employees who share their beliefs.
A campaign by the Victorian Department of Health & Human Services called THEY Day is a waste of taxpayer funds and a dangerous experiment of political correctness, said the Australian Christian Lobby.
It wasn’t until I worked for ACL that I realised how much I had gotten away with it.
I simply did not have to tell people that I was a Christian if I didn’t want to.
Whether a new friend, my dentist, or the checkout operator making small talk, I didn’t have to say a word.
No one should be sacked for expressing their personal political opinions online, Martyn Iles Managing Director of the Australian Christian Lobby said today.
Revelations that Angela Williamson was sacked by Cricket Australia following tweets to her personal twitter serves as a reminder that stifling free speech impacts every Australian.
Doctors will face disciplinary action for voicing opinions that differ from ‘generally accepted’ views under proposed changes to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority Code of Conduct.
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