Schools 'could turn away gay kids, teachers'

Schools 'could turn away gay kids, teachers'

Schools 'could turn away gay kids, teachers'

Mr Morrison refused to weigh into the issue on Wednesday, stating simply that "existing laws" enabled certain schools to turn students away based on their sexuality.

Morrison said the proposals, which were not yet debated by Cabinet, would be considered "carefully and respectfully".

The Australian has also gotten hold sections of the confidential report and says the recommendations surrounding how religious based schools can treat LGBTI students actually restrict how schools can discriminate against gay, bisexual and transgender students and teachers.

Independent senator Derryn Hinch will move a notice of motion in the Senate next Monday, calling for government funding to be stripped from private schools that discriminate against teachers or students on sexuality grounds.

Religious schools could be given a weapon to discriminate against LGBTI, according to a new report.

Part of the Ruddock review into religious protections has been leaked - and one recommendation is guaranteeing the existing right of religious schools to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or relationship status.

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'To the extent that this can be done in the context of appropriate safeguards for the rights and mental health of the child, the panel accepts their right to select, or preference, students who uphold the religious convictions of that school community'.

The review was commissioned after the 2017 same-sex marriage vote and handed to the federal government five months ago. "The Government should be protecting kids in schools, not allowing them to be turned away for be gay or trans".

"The fact is every children is entitled to human dignity".

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says he can't believe the prime minister hasn't ruled out the "silly" proposal.

That legislation enshrined the right of religious ministers to not officiate at the weddings of same-sex partners and said that religious institutions did not have to provide services to a ceremony, such as the hire of a hall.

They also do not recommend any changes to the Marriage Act or recommend a dedicated Religious Freedom Act that would allow religious organisations to be exempted from anti-discrimination laws.

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Just over half of Australians identified as Christian in the last census, while 30 per cent said they had no religion.

The Yes (to same-sex marriage) Campaign said redefining marriage would have "no consequences" for other peoples' beliefs.

Schools would have to make their policies on gay staff and students public, the proposals reportedly said.

Alex Greenwich, an MP from Sydney and a gay rights activist, said he was concerned about the divisiveness of the report.

"Schools can not discriminate against a child or a teacher on the grounds of sexuality".

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