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Religious Freedom Review: ECAJ ‘cautiously welcomes’ findings + Schools reject discrimination | AJN

See also: MEDIA RELEASE: Religious Freedom Review and Federal Government Response | ECAJ Jewish community responses to religious discrimination in schools ECAJ ‘cautiously welcomes’ findings December 23, 2018 THE Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ) has “cautiously welcomed” the long-awaited … Continue reading

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Jewish community responses to religious discrimination in schools

Jewish Community responses to the removal of discrimination against staff and students at religious schools. Continue reading

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ABC RN Roundtable: Discrimination & faith based schools

Discrimination & faith based schools Listen now Download audio Sunday 25 November 2018 9:30AM (view full episode) A Senate inquiry looking into the the issue of whether faith-based schools should be allowed to discriminate against students, teachers and staff is due … Continue reading

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Bialik College calls for religious exemptions allowing LGBTIQ students, teachers and staff to be excluded to be scrapped

Bialik College says discrimination against staff, students and teachers on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation is unacceptable. Continue reading

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Caulfield Candidates Forum: What is the Liberal Party doing to strengthen support for LGBTIQ people?

At the Caulfield Candidates Forum David Southwick responds to a question about what the Liberal Party are doing to strengthen support for LGBTIQ people. Sorina Grasso and Dinesh Mathew follow up. Continue reading

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Media Release: Aleph Melbourne welcomes Mount Scopus Inclusivity Statement

ALEPH MELBOURNE MEDIA RELEASE JULY 22 2016 Aleph Melbourne welcomes the “Inclusivity Statement”[1] issued to parents by Mount Scopus Memorial College on June 20 2016. This statement is the first public acknowledgement by the school for the need to offer specific support … Continue reading

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Bialik Principal issues statement on school’s support for marriage equality

Following on from the announcement of Bialik College becoming the first school in Australia to declare support for marriage equality, the school’s principal Jeremy Stowe-Lindner has issued the following statement on their Facebook page: Bialik College is proud to join … Continue reading

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Bialik College first Australian school to support Marriage Equality

MEDIA RELEASE Bialik College first Australian school to support Marriage Equality February 16 2016 Adding its name to an impressive list of over 800 supporters, Bialik College takes pride of place as the first Australian K-12 school to support marriage equality. As a … Continue reading

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Former Bialik College student marries her same-sex partner

Today I received a copy of the Bialik College newsletter Shelanu (Issue 4, Sep 2015).  On the back page is a list of Births, Engagements and Marriages.  Ever hopeful, my eye was caught by the marriage announcement of 2004 student … Continue reading

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Bialik College urges the community to support Keshet

Last Friday, July 31 2015, the Principal of Bialik College, Jeremy Stowe-Lindner, issued this letter urging the community to support the application of Keshet Australia to become an affiliate member of the Jewish Community Council of Victoria at the plenum … Continue reading

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