Protect Queensland Christian Schools

Stop radical changes that will impact parents and families across Queensland!

The Queensland Human Rights Commission is proposing radical changes to the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 based on an ideological view of how religious education should work.

The effect of these changes would be that Courts and Tribunals could interfere with Christian schools appointing staff based on their faith.

We can stop these radical proposals, but only if we act now.

Spread the Word!

Many people simply don't know about these changes or what they mean for Christian schools and churches. Tell your friends and family about the proposals and make sure that your church leaders are aware as well.

Contact Your MPs

The Government has not released draft legislation in response to the proposals, we need to contact them now to express our concerns.
Use the form below to contact your MPs

Sign the E-Petition

Respond to the Queensland Human Rights Commission's proposals by signing the e-petition (linked above). It is essential that the Parliament hear that the community expects that rights are reflected and protected.

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SIGN THE QLD PARLIAMENTARY E-PETITION

Sign a vital e-petition that requests the Queensland Parliament's House of Assembly "reject Recommendation 39 of the Queensland Human Rights Commission's report on the Anti-Discrimination Act and allow all religious schools in Queensland to continue employing staff who share the beliefs of the school."


Protect WA Christian Schools

Stop radical Victorian laws being copied here in WA!

The WA Law Reform Commission is proposing radical changes to the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 based on controversial changes adopted recently in Victoria.

The effect of these changes would be that Courts and Tribunals could interfere with Christian schools, and even churches, appointing staff based on their faith.

We can stop these radical proposals, but only if we act now.

Spread the Word!

Many people simply don't know about these changes or what they mean for Christian schools and churches. Tell your friends and family about the proposals and make sure that your church leaders are aware as well.

Contact Your MPs

The Government has not released draft legislation in response to the proposals, we need to contact them now to express our concerns.
Use the form below to contact your MPs

Sign the E-Petition

Respond to the Law Reform Commission's proposals by signing the e-petition (linked above). When it is tabled in Parliament, a Legislative Council committee will review the LRCWA report in light of the petitioners' requests.

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SIGN THE WA PARLIAMENTARY E-PETITION

This petition calls on the Western Australian Government to "respect this right of parents and role of faith-based schools and ensure that any changes to legislation strengthen that right and role and refrain from any watering down of these essential protections."


Tasmanian "Conversion Therapy" ban proposals

Ban abusive and coercive conversion practices, but also ...

… ensure quality medical care can continue,

… protect loving families from government interference, and

… safeguard vital democratic freedoms.

SIGN THE E-PETITION TODAY!
(CLOSES 30 NOVEMBER 2022)

A report by the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute proposes to restrict parents and medical practitioners’ capacity to choose what it is in the best interest of children and their patients.

The Tasmanian Premier said that he supports ‘acting on the recommendations of the law reform Institute report’.

Enacting the 16 recommendations of the TLRI report would go far beyond bans on abhorrent and coercive conversion practices.

The proposals would potentially criminalize parents and medical practitioners if they portray a “protected attribute” as a fault that is changeable or should be changed.

The report is based on flawed, anti-evidence ideology, as it minimises and ignores evidence (in Australia and overseas) of physical and mental harm done to children though transition treatments.

The recommendations also target religious practices, in seeking to curtail “the inability to feel comfortable… in a religious community”.

Parents must be free to choose their preferred specialist.

The medical profession must be free to exercise their profession.

The TLRI report has gotten this wrong.

Read why Christian schools care about these proposals here.

Find out what has been happening regarding this issue overseas here.

You need to take action to oppose these potentially draconian proposals!

There is now a petition live on the Tasmanian Parliament website against the recommendations in the TLRI report.  The petition can be accessed here.

Use the form below to contact your House of Assembly and Legislative Council members in your region to ensure that they oppose ill-conceived legislation or seek necessary amendments.

(The Tasmanian Electorate Commission website can help you determine your House of Assembly and Legislative Council electorates)

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