The Australian Christian Lobby today repeated its call on the South Australian Parliament to enact the Nordic Model of prostitution legislation.
The call comes in light of reports today of two women charged with illegal prostitution being unable to communicate in a Queensland Court because they only spoke Mandarin.
The Australian Christian Lobby today criticised the grossly misleading comments from Premier Daniel Andrews about the content of Safe Schools at the Sky News public debate last night.
Andrews deflected a question about parental rights to opt out of the controversial Safe Schools program by saying the program was about protecting a child being bullied for wearing a turban or practising their religion.
The Australian Christian Lobby today warned that the radical amendments which passed Tasmania’s lower house last night will mean freedom of speech is now all but dead.
Tasmanian Parliament’s lower house today voted in favour of a Labor Greens policy to redefine sex and remove it from birth certificates, due to the support of controversial Liberals’ Speaker Sue Hickey.
The Senate’s inquiry into legislative exemptions for religious schools continues until the 26th of November. Meanwhile, thousands of parents are signing a petition for these freedoms to remain.
The Australian Christian Lobby today recognised International Children’s Day, saying it is a reminder that the greatest injustices perpetrated in our society against children stem from selfish adult desires and unjust notions of equality.
Revelations today that Australians are being persecuted for their beliefs shine a light on the need for urgent religious freedom protections, the Australian Christian Lobby says.
The Australian Christian Lobby has today called on the SA Transport Minister Stephan Knoll to support Labor MP Katrine Hildyard's proposed legislation to ban offensive slogans on South Australian vehicles.
The Australian Christian Lobby has launched the Save our Schools national campaign.
Another attack on religious freedom for schools came earlier this week with the formation of a Senate inquiry into discrimination exemptions for faith-based educational institutions.
The same-sex marriage debate was democratically resolved in Australia one year ago today. The question now is whether the concerns raised during the campaign were legitimate or scaremongering.
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