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                        The second draft bill includes provisions allowing religious hospitals, aged care facilities, and accommodation providers such as retirement homes to discriminate against staff on the basis of religious belief in order to preserve the “religious ethos” of that institution.

                         

                        It will ensure that the exemptions that applies to religious bodies extends to “public benevolent institutions”, allowing them to discriminate on the grounds of religion.

                         

                        The proposed bill permits religious camps and conference centres to discriminate provided they publish a policy explaining their ethos and rules.

                        This is not a bill to protect religious beleifs – it promotes them to a position of extreme priviliege.

                        Read our submission

                        Submission to the Australian Bureau of Statistics – Review of 2021 Census Topics

                        The question on religion in the Australian Census contains an element which is problematical in obtaining accurate figures. The problem is that it asks “What is the person’s religion?” This is a leading question and can elicit a religion of baptism when the person may...

                        Submission to the Queensland Law Reform Commission Review of Termination of Pregnancy Laws

                        In line with the recommendations of groups such as the Queensland Branch of the Australian Medical Association (AMAQ), Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG), the Queensland Nurses Union, the Health Consumers Queensland...

                        Religious Freedom Review Panel Submission

                        Religious Freedom Review, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Parliament House, Canberra. Submission: Copies to all members of the Review Panel and PMC Secretariat: To whom it may concern, The Australian Law Reform Commission interim report 127 has previously...

                        Politicians cannot hide from fact any more regarding voluntary assisted dying

                        The Atheist Foundation of Australia (AFA) supports the two Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) Bills before state Parliaments in NSW and Victoria. This is an important demonstration of evidence-based medical opinion and indisputable patient need triumphing over...

                        Non-believers by far Australia’s largest single religious group: Now give us the recognition we deserve

                        The godless in Australia say enough is enough. After today’s release of Census data showing that non-believers make up 30.1% of the population – easily overtaking the previously-highest response “Catholic” for the first time in Census history – the Atheist Foundation...

                        Raise A Glass To Secularism And Humanism (Not Church Plus State), Politicians

                        The recent news that Coopers beer will be celebrating Bible Society Australia's 200th birthday with 10,000 cases of beer printed with Bible verses as part of the deal seems a bitter dram - considering that their advertising comes with Federal Liberal MPs Tim Wilson...

                        It Could Happen Here. Don’t Let It.

                        There's a lot going on during Donald Trump's presidency... as you may have noticed. One development that may have slipped your notice is his determination to repeal the Johnson Amendment, which restricts religions and certain not-for-profits from endorsing political...

                        Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights

                        Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights regarding the operation of Part IIA of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth) including sections 18C and 18D Summary of the Atheist Foundation of Australia’s position: 1. Whether the operation of Part IIA of the Racial...

                        Merry Non-believing Christmas From the AFA

                        The Atheist Foundation of Australia (AFA) would like to sincerely wish all Australians, regardless of their religious affiliations or lack thereof, a Merry Non-believing Christmas. We hear that Peter Dutton would like to bring Christmas "back to its roots"....

                        #Plebafail – AFA Rejects “The Summer Of Hate”

                        Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull plans to introduce proposed legislation to enable a marriage equality plebiscite in Parliament. A survey of LGBTIQ people found that they, the people most affected by this decision, are opposed to a plebiscite. Almost 200 LGBTIQ...

                        Our Philosophy

                        The Atheist Foundation of Australia recognises the scientific method as the only rational means toward understanding reality. To question and critically examine all ideas, testing them in the light of experiment, leads to the discovery of facts.

                        As there seems to be no scientific evidence for supernatural phenomena, atheists reject belief in ‘God’, gods, and other supernatural beings. The universe, the world in which we live, and the evolution of life seem to be entirely natural occurrences.

                         

                        No personality or mind can exist without the process of living matter to sustain it. We have only one life – here and now. All that remains after a person dies is the memory of their life and deeds in the minds of those who remain.

                        Atheists reject superstition and prejudice along with the irrational fears they cause. We recognise the complexity and interdependence of life on this planet. As rational and ethical beings we accept the challenge of making a creative and responsible contribution to life.

                        Atheist Foundation of Australia

                        Our Aims
                        • To encourage and to provide a means of expression for informed free-thought on philosophical and social issues.
                        • To safeguard the rights of all non-religious people.
                        • To serve as a focal point for the community of non-religious people.
                        • To offer verifiable information in place of superstition and to promote logic and reason.
                        • To promote atheism.
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