The Australian Christian Lobby today welcomed news that Greens’ MP Tammy Franks won’t progress her deregulation abortion bill until the SA Law Reform Institute has considered reforms.
The Australian Christian Lobby is concerned calls for full decriminalisation of prostitution by a Victorian Sex Workers group will allow unlicensed brothels to flourish.
Following revelations that Labor voted down a draft recommendation that would have prevented LGBT students being expelled from religious schools, the Australian Christian Lobby calls on Labor to confirm its position regarding religious freedom for schools.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes news that Victorian Roads Minister Jaala Pulford is calling for both state and federal counterparts to ban the extremely offensive Wicked camper vans across Australia.
New evidence shows that politicians are out of step with community expectations on religious freedom warns the Australian Christian Lobby.
Victorian teachers are increasingly becoming too uncomfortable and feeling “entirely out of their depth” when teaching Victoria’s explicit sex education curriculum. This is leading to public schools outsourcing the lessons to organisations like Family Planning Victoria, a leading abortion advocate, who promote sexual relations between students.
The Australian Christian Lobby has congratulated South Australian Upper House MP Frank Pangallo for speaking out against blatantly sexualised advertising by an adult club on North Terrace, which resulted in the advertising being removed.
The Australian Christian Lobby has congratulated the Queensland parliament for passing revenge porn laws that will strengthen the pathway for justice for those who have been harmed by their private images being circulated without their consent.
The Australian Christian Lobby today welcomes the recommendations of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee regarding Penny Wong’s Sex Discrimination Amendment (Removing Discrimination Against Students) Bill 2018.
Consideration of the school freedom issue is ongoing, as the Senate returns this week to continue debate on the Sex Discrimination Amendment (Removing Discrimination Against Students).
The Bill is an unnecessary solution for a non-existent problem and has unintended consequences which threaten the ability of faith-based bodies to teach their own values.
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