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 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."