NSW needs to prohibit religious discrimination, but not like this

Liam Elphick, Alice Taylor

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Abstract

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It has long been a glaring problem that the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Act (ADA) does not prohibit religious discrimination.

One Nation’s Mark Latham recently proposed a new Religious Discrimination Bill. One key part of the bill is to fill that gap: to prohibit religious discrimination.

This is a welcome and long-overdue development in NSW.

No-one should be refused employment or access to goods and services because of their religious beliefs. The ADA should provide protection for religion as it does for race, sex and disability.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Conversation
Publication statusPublished - 21 Oct 2020

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