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Do unto others? Power of religions to discriminate must have limits

Those who had hoped that Human Rights Day this week might be the time for new and improved human rights protections in the government’s revised Religious Discrimination Bill…

  • Jonathon Hunyor
  • The Sydney Morning Herald

The release of the second exposure draft of the Bill does not address the serious concerns of groups across the community who stand to have their rights eroded.

More than this, it doubles down on the privileges it grants to religious organisations.

The bill is based around what should be an uncontroversial principle – the right of all people to participate in…

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