Tag: #Discrimination

  • COVIDSafe and Identity: Governance Beyond Privacy

    COVIDSafe and Identity: Governance Beyond Privacy

    By Kate Galloway and Melissa Castan There has rarely been a greater test of our structures of governance than the flurry of lawmaking amidst the declared emergency of the COVID-19 pandemic. Self-containment and restrictions on public (physical) engagement are starting to take their toll. Consequently, while fearful of the worst-case scenario of this terrible disease, some individuals […]

  • Religious discrimination bill – Porter must fix it or ditch it

    Religious discrimination bill – Porter must fix it or ditch it

    By Luke Beck Federal Attorney-General Christian Porter on Monday published an article in this paper claiming his controversial religious discrimination bill is intended merely as a “shield”, and wrongly branding my criticisms of the bill as neither genuine nor constructive. The Attorney-General’s barbs were prompted by an article published in this paper last week explaining how the […]

  • Religious Discrimination Bill backfires on Christians

    Religious Discrimination Bill backfires on Christians

    By Luke Beck Conservative Christians are some of the biggest supporters of Scott Morrison’s religious discrimination bill. But they should be careful what they wish for. It won’t just be gay people, women and people with disabilities who lose out under the proposed law. Christians will be among the biggest losers. Here’s what the bill […]

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