Federal Political Party Positions on Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Belief

Following visits to members of parliament by local faith leaders, 6 survey questions were sent to the leaders of major political parties on 13 March 2019 to clarify their position on freedom of thought, conscience and belief.

The letters and responses of the four political parties who replied are here.

The GreensLetterResponse
Additional Response
Coalition Letter
Centre Alliance Letter Response

The following documents clarify the policy position of the some of the parties.

Government Amendments to the Sex Discrimination Act (Removing Discrimination Against Students) Bill – KQ 148-151

Government Response to Ruddock Review Recommendations

Labor Senators Dissenting Report – Sex Discrimination Amendment (Removing Discrimination Against Students) Bill 2018

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