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No need for discrimination bill if we can have constructive conversations

The revised edition of Scott Morrison's religious discrimination bill might placate churches that had criticised the earlier version but it has no appeal for the many Christians who didn't want it in..
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

It’s unclear what 'person of the same religion' means

Age readers discuss the second draft of the federal government's religious discrimination bill.
The Age - Published

The second coming of religious freedom: churches back 'significantly improved' bill

The Morrison government appears to have rescued its long-promised religious discrimination bill from disaster.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia: Get your religious discrimination priorities right - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

The second exposure draft of the Religious Discrimination Bill 2019, with its accompanying legislation, was introduced.
Mondaq - Published

'A licence to discriminate': Ian Thorpe blasts Religious Discrimination Bill

An LGBTQI+ advocacy group has released a video where a number of celebrities criticise the Religious Discrimination Bill.
SBS - Published

Here's what your doctor will be able to say to you under the proposed religious discrimination bill

According to the government’s own explanatory notes, a doctor could tell a transgender patient that they believe God made men and women in his image, and that gender is therefore binary.
SBS - Published

Religious discrimination: Can human rights be ceded to organisations?

Readers continue to debate the proposed religious discrimination bill.
The Age - Published

Religious discrimination bill: You're not one of us, so don't bother to apply

Readers discuss the government's proposed new religious discrimination laws.
The Age - Published

Rules for doctors, pharmacists tightened in new religious discrimination bill

A pharmacist could refuse to dispense contraception and a doctor could refuse to provide fertility treatment under the government's proposed new religious discrimination laws, provided they declined to..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Patient, inclusive': Coalition releases revised religious discrimination bill

Scott Morrison has released a second version of his proposed religious freedom laws for public comment as his government tries to delicately balance the concerns of religious and non-religious..
SBS - Published

Morrison releases new draft of religious discrimination bill with 11 key changes

The definition of a "religious body" that will be able to hire and fire staff on religious grounds will be expanded under the Morrison government's proposed religious discrimination laws, while..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Don't delay religious freedom bill, scrap it

The decision to shelve the religious discrimination bill has been met with relief and derision.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

Morrison delays religious discrimination bill until 2020

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has pushed back plans to introduce a religious discrimination bill to Parliament.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Serious unintended consequences': Church groups threaten to withdraw support for religious discrimination bill

A coalition of powerful faith leaders have written to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, warning the government's religious discrimination bill will "diminish" religious freedom.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Fraught issue': Religious nursing homes, hospitals to be able to discriminate on staffing

The religious discrimination bill has been updated to allow religious hospitals and nursing homes to employ staff based on their religious beliefs.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Religious Discrimination Bill could see 'religious views interfere in patient care'

The Religious Discrimination Bill may have unexpected effects on the Australian healthcare system, according to one group.
SBS - Published

The case against the government's religious discrimination bill

Underlying the Coalition government’s proposed religious discrimination bill is the implicit assumption that “religion” has a clear definition – everyone knows what it is. But this assumption..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Achievable': Porter insists religious discrimination bill can become law

Crossbench senator Rex Patrick calls it a "can of worms". But Attorney-General Christian Porter insists his religious discrimination bill project is achievable.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Religious Discrimination Bill debated as the measure splits public opinion

Debate continues to circle the Religious Discrimination Bill as the Morrison government attempts to balance the views of public submissions on the matter.
SBS - Published

'Harm bar' set too high: Uniting Church warns on religious discrimination laws

The Uniting Church has warned the Morrison government's religious discrimination bill gives too many freedoms to churches over minority groups.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australian Muslims call for more protection in religious discrimination bill

The Australian Federation of Islamic Councils is warning of 'increased intolerance towards Muslims', urging stronger protections should be established in the Morrison government’s Religious..
SBS - Published

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