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Anthony Albanese Asked By LGBT Advocates To Come Clean On Religious Discrimination Bill

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LGBTQI advocates have asked the Australian Labor Party and opposition leader Anthony Albanese to spell out their plans for a Religious Discrimination Bill.

This follows National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) setting an April 29 deadline for the ALP to explain “what a finalised Albanese Government Religious Discrimination Bill will contain”.Just.Equal said they had written to Dreyfus with four questions on the issue.

The organisation wanted to know, if a Labor government would “allow discrimination by faith-based schools against LGBTQ teachers at the point of recruitment, allow discrimination by faith-based schools against LGBTQ students under the guise of “religious belief”, allow discrimination against LGBTQ staff and volunteers in other faith-based services and override existing state and territory laws against LGBTQ discrimination, including existing protections for teachers in faith-based schools as well as Section 17 of Tasmania’s Anti-Discrimination Act.” On February 10, 2022, Albanese had issued a statement after Prime Minister Scott Morrison indefinitely shelved his government’s Religious Discrimination Bill.

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