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Freedom22 Conference - Religious Freedom in Crisis

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Religious Freedom in Australia has reached a crisis point. 

The promised protections in the Federal Religious Discrimination Bill have been put on hold, and new State laws have removed several religious freedom rights from faith communities.

These new issues include unprecedented intrusions into prayer, unsympathetic treatment of conscience exemptions, reduced employment rights for religious schools, and a troubling surge in discrimination cases against Jewish, Muslim and other minority faith groups.

Will there be room for authentic expression of faith in Australia’s future?

Register for the Freedom22 National Conference to hear our distinguished speakers explain the content and consequences of these laws, as well as how we arrived at this cultural moment.

The Freedom22 speakers are:

  • Mark SneddonExecutive Director of the Institute for Civil Society 
  • Dr Sarah Irving-StonebrakerSenior Lecturer in Modern European History, Humanities (Arts) at Western Sydney University
  • John SteenhofPrincipal Lawyer at the Human Rights Law Alliance
  • Stephen McAlpineAuthor and Pastor
  • Mark SpencerDirector of Public Policy for Christian Schools Australia
  • Patricia WeerakoonSexologist, Author and Speaker

NOTE: Please arrive by 8:15am if you wish to enjoy a complimentary
light breakfast upon arrival. The conference will begin at 8:30am sharp.

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