Religious Freedom in the WorkplaceMost people find it daunting to talk about their faith at work. This can not only be an awkward conversation but can now also be a risky one.
25 August, 2023
So-called “conversion practices” are set to beSEE MORE
Freedom of ConscienceMost people agree that people should be able to live freely in accordance with their conscience. This is becoming an increasingly difficult thing to do when you belong to a regulated profession. Many put their very careers at stake when they stand up.
28 July, 2023
In the words of Christian author and social criticSEE MORE
14 July, 2023
A public high school in Melbourne has angered parents with a mandated puffer jacket that contains not only the s...SEE MORE
Religious OrganisationsOne of the fundamental aspects of society is the ability to freely meet and associate with those of like mind and purpose. Religious schools and charities do this when they seek to live out their faith and purpose as a community. The ability of these groups do do so is now under serious threat.
25 September, 2021
The Victorian government is SEE MORE
21 July, 2021
Last week, the Western Australian Government was sent back to the discrimination drawing board after its slipshod and clumsy attempt to cancel t...SEE MORE
The Risks of Social MediaSocial media is an excellent way to stay connected with friends and family. However, this permanent public record of everything you have done and said online is now being weaponised to supress speech and wage lawfare on people for their unfashionable ideas. People need to be more aware of the risks of social media.
22 August, 2020
The Human Rights Law Alliance is acting for Lyle Shelton in relation to a vilification complaint brought against him by two drag queens. ...SEE MORE
02 July, 2020
Homosexual Vilification Claim Dropped In a victory for free speech, the Human Rights Law Alliance has successfully assis...SEE MORE
23 August, 2019
Britain’s second highest Court handed down a decision on religious freedom that will send chills down the collective spine of Rugby Australia. I...SEE MORE
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