A massive thank you.
Thank you for taking part in our first National Day of Action for 2021.Read more
It was wonderful to see so many NSW supporters attend the “Meet the New NSW Coordinator” online meeting last Wednesday. I’m looking forward to serving alongside you in the future!Read more
Mark Latham MLC’s Education Amendment (Parental Rights) Bill 2020 is presently before a NSW Parliamentary Committee. NSW residents are urged to put a submission to the Committee before the closing date of 28 February 2021.Read more
The Australian Christian Lobby will oppose the latest attempt to legalise assisted suicide in New South Wales, this time by independent Sydney MP Alex Greenwich.Read more
The Australian Christian Lobby announced this afternoon that the cross-border NSW homosexual vilification complaint against Brisbane mother Katrina Tait has been dropped by the NSW Anti-Discrimination Board after the complainant withdrew his complaint.Read more
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes the appointment of an NSW Parliamentary Joint Select Committee to investigate Mark Latham MLC’s excellent religious freedom bill - the Anti-Discrimination Amendment (Religious Freedoms and Equality) Bill 2020.Read more
A NSW LGBT vilification complaint against Brisbane mother of four Katrina Tait illustrates how everyday Australians are at risk for their social media comments, due to a flawed NSW complaints handling system.Read more
The upcoming 4 July by-election in the Federal seat of Eden-Monaro is of national significance for people of faith across the nation.
With Labor yet to take a position on Scott Morrison’s religious discrimination bill, a Liberal victory in the seat would provide more certainty for the passage of the legislation, which seeks to ensure religious freedom is protected for all Australians.Read more
The Australian Christian Lobby is calling on the NSW Government to mirror for all religious gatherings its 1 June 2020 easing of COVID-19 restrictions for pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants. From 1 June, hospitality venues can have up to 50 customers, but religious gatherings and places of worship can only have up to 10 in attendance.Read more