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Push To Rewrite Queensland’s Anti-Discrimination Laws To Protect LGBT Students, Teachers In Religious Schools

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The Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC) has recommended an overhaul of the state’s three-decade old anti-discrimination laws to protect vulnerable groups, including LGBTQI students and employees in religious schools.

The recommendations have come months after Brisbane’s Citipointe Christian College issued anti-LGBTQI student enrolment and staff employee contracts.

The school subsequently withdrew the contracts after a public outcry.The Minister tabled the 122 recommendations made by QHRC in Parliament.

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