religious discrimination bill

Protesters rallied in Sydney against the federal government’s religious discrimination bill. Rachel Evans reports. 

The Green Left Show features Charlie Murphy of Pride in Protest.

The Trans Day of Resistance was marked in Newtown with speakers addressing the ongoing struggle for rights by trans and gender diverse people. Pip Hinman reports.

Greens MP for Newtown Jenny Leong spoke to Suzanne James about how bullying and toxic politics have been used to suppress democratic outcomes in the ongoing religious freedom bill debate in New South Wales.

The attempt to get a religious freedom bill passed into law is part of an ongoing unholy war on our increasingly fragile democracy, argues Suzanne James.

Protesters marched through Melbourne on February 9 against a proposed religious discrimination bill that, if passed, would increase the ability of religious institutions and individuals to discriminate, writes Kerry Smith.

Alex Bainbridge reports more than 400 people marched through the streets of Brisbane on February 1 against Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s religious discrimnation bill.

A rally against the proposed religious exemptions bill was held in Melbourne on August 31.

The bill would enshrine the right of religious institutions to discriminate against LGBTI people, among other attacks on civil and political rights.

A rally against the proposed religious exemptions bill was held in Melbourne on August 31.

The bill would enshrine the right of religious institutions to discriminate against LGBTI people, among other attacks on civil and political rights.

A rally against the proposed religious exemptions bill was held in Perth on August 24.

LGBTI activists have slammed the federal Coalition government’s draft religious discrimination bill and vowed to step up protests.

Hundreds of LGBTI activists rallied against the federal government’s religious exemptions bill, in Sydney on August 3.

The bill would enshrine the right of religious organisations to discriminate against members of the LGBTI community.

It is hard to conceive that in 2019 a reactionary minority within government are legislating for religious protection laws that strengthen the rights of religious institutions to discriminate against members of the community based on sexuality.

No sooner had the government won re-election when its own actions once again showed politics is, after all, fundamental to how you live, writes David Bass.

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