LEARN WHAT THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM BILLS COULD MEAN FOR LGBTI PEOPLE
There’s been a lot of talk about the Australian Government’s legislative reforms on religious freedoms, and what the changes may mean for LGBTI Sistergirl and Brotherboy people.
At 6pm on Wednesday 4th September the QuAC Brisbane and Cairns offices will be hosting a statewide community information session on the reforms and QuAC’s response to the changes. Come along to learn more and share your stories.
The reason for the information session is the Federal Government has released the draft Religious Freedom bills for consultation before they are introduced to Parliament. The consultation period for the bills is very short, with submissions closing on 2nd October.
QuAC is hosting the session In order to outline the changes and what they mean for LGBTI communities and provide community members with an opportunity to share their views. QuAC President Peter Black will outline the proposed changes.
The session will be hosted in the Brisbane Office with the Cairns office participating by video conference, and the meeting will be accessible to anyone else in Queensland via a zoom meeting link.
It would be appreciated if you could promote the information session to your contacts. The zoom link to share with any of your contacts who would like to join by video is https://zoom.us/j/5625154367
If you require further information on how you can join the videoconference of the session, email Jan at JThwaites@quac.org.au