Respect at Work and Other Matters Amendment Bill 2024

Morgan Begg Discussing IPA Research On Queensland’s Anti-discrimination Laws 4BC Brisbane – 4 July 2024
4 July 2024

Morgan Begg Discussing IPA Research On Queensland’s Anti-discrimination Laws 4BC Brisbane – 4 July 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Morgan Begg appeared on 4BC Brisbane to discuss the IPA’s research on Queensland’s anti-discrimination laws. All media appearances posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Bill McDonald: Back in 2021, the Attorney General requested that the Queensland Human Rights
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Discrimination Bill An Attack On Queenslanders’ Free Speech
4 July 2024

Discrimination Bill An Attack On Queenslanders’ Free Speech

“The Queensland government’s proposed anti-discrimination reforms represent a draconian attack on free speech that may prevent faith-based schools from teaching their beliefs and provide activists with power to censor debate,” said Margaret Chambers, Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs. In June, the Queensland government introduced the Respect at Work and Other Matters Amendment Bill 2024 seeking to add
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Institute of Public Affairs Submission To The Queensland Parliament Inquiry Into Proposed Reform Of Anti-discrimination Laws
3 July 2024

Institute of Public Affairs Submission To The Queensland Parliament Inquiry Into Proposed Reform Of Anti-discrimination Laws

For over 80 years, the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) has been committed to undertaking research to preserve and strengthen the foundations of economic, political, and individual freedom. Central to individual freedom is the ability to hold and communicate thoughts and to live a life according to religious convictions. The IPA is writing to all members of the Queensland parliament
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