The South Australian equal opportunity Commission has criticised private schools for their policy on uniforms. Saying “the enforcement of gender stereotypes limits students potential.” Dr Niki Vincent said, “making girls wear skirts and dresses while boys wear shorts or pants encourages children to adhere to set gender roles and perpetuates damaging stereotypes that can limits… Continue reading South Australian private schools are facing gender discrimination complaints about their Uniform policies.
Federal government's foreign donations bill is flawed and needs to be redrafted The only effective way of destroying the undue influence of large foreign donations is by placing a cap on all donations. AAP/Lukas Coch Anne Twomey, University of Sydney Preventing foreign influence over Australian elections is important. It is also important that legislation… Continue reading Federal government’s foreign donations bill is flawed and needs to be redrafted
It is that time of the year in Australia where we celebrate Australia day, in recent years there has been a push from the far left side of politics like the Greens and certain factions of the labour party to change Australia day from the 26th January. The most persuasive argument for the change is… Continue reading Opinion | Changing Australia day will not solve issues facing the Aboriginal community
Opinion Right now, Australia is in the process of legalizing same-sex marriage through a postal plebiscite. The projection is that the "Yes" vote will win. When the Yes vote wins, what does it mean for religious liberty? The bill that is being proposed if SSM becomes the law of the land only gives exemption to clergy… Continue reading The Balancing act In Australia – Sexual Moral Revolution Vs Religious Liberty