On Wednesday parliament began debating a bill from The Greens that would bring in protections for both LGBTI students and teachers in anti-discrimination legislation.
Some ALP senators push for bill protecting gay staff to allow religious schools to maintain their character
Thailand may have a reputation for acceptance when it comes to the transgender females that perform in the capital's extravagant cabaret shows, but the country's legal system, like many in Southeast Asia, has traditionally been less accommodating to the LGBT community.
Today 50 organisations called on the Morrison Government to amend outdated anti-discrimination laws to ensure all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people are treated with fairness and equality.
Labor, the Greens, Derryn Hinch, Tim Storer and Centre Alliance expected to support the suspension of standing orders
Ezekiel Mutua, the head of Kenya’s Film Classification Board, didn’t want Kenyans to see Wanuri Kahiu’s internationally acclaimed film Rafiki. After watching the film, I can see why.
Perhaps in years to come, political analysts will look back on the Ruddock review of religious freedom as a made-to-measure example of what not to do.
Fairfax Media's exclusive report on Wednesday detailing sections of the religious freedom review commissioned by the Coalition government has triggered a political furore.
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The Coalition has been forced to clarify its position on hiring and firing gay teachers and expelling gay students after leaks from the Ruddock religious freedom review.
Religious schools would be guaranteed the right to turn away gay students and teachers under changes to federal anti-discrimination laws recommended by the government’s long-awaited review into religious freedom.