The right to freedom of religion has equal status with other human rights.
Rev. Hon. Fred Nile MLC, Leader of the Christian Democratic Party introduced to the Legislative Council, the Anti-Discrimination Amendment (Religious Freedoms) Bill 2018 on Thursday 17th May, 2018.Read more
On Thursday 24th May, Rev. Hon. Fred Nile MLC introduced the Anti-Discrimination Amendment (Religious Freedoms) Bill.
You can view the legislation and explanatory note online.
We believe that our right to religious freedom deserves to be protected in New South Wales. Ministers; churches; schools; charities; faith-based organisations such as aged-care facilities; and chaplains must be able to continue living out their faith and belief in the public sphere.
TO THE HONOURABLE THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES
The Petition of certain citizens of New South Wales, state that we support the introduction of legislation to protect our right to religious belief. We ask that our right to religious belief and the opportunity to participate in religious activities as individuals or organisations, be protected.
Your petitioners request that the House will support the introduction and passage of the
Anti-Discrimination Amendment (Religious Freedoms) Bill.
NSW Parliament can currently only receive hard copy petitions, so please download petition via button above. Once completed, post to: CDP Office, NSW Parliament, Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000. Please return petitions by Monday 12th November, 2018.
In these uncertain times, some of our most fundamental freedoms are coming under attack like never before.Read more
Rev. Hon. Fred Nile MLC, Christian Democratic Party, today gave notice of his intention to introduce the Anti-Discrimination (Religious Beliefs and Religious Activities) Bill.Read more