Born out of the contentious debate over same-sex marriage, the religious discrimination bill was always going to attract its fair share of attention. The Morrison government has now released two drafts of the bill and, based on the response from a broad array of groups, appears no closer to finding the right balance.
- ‘Australians are very skeptical’: Michael Kirby warns against ‘excessive protection’ of religious freedoms
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- No law yet to ban religious schools from expelling LGBT students
- The Religious Discrimination Bill is ready to go
- Human rights legislation a better option than Australia’s proposed religious freedom reforms, say lawyers