Queensland Labor may water down proposed ban on faith-based schools discriminating against gay teachers

Exclusive: Queensland attorney general Yvette D’Ath hoping to avoid ‘a fight with the churches’ before state election, source says

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The Queensland attorney general, Yvette D’Ath, is pushing to water down draft reforms to the state’s Anti-Discrimination Act, amid concern Labor does not want to be drawn into “a fight with the churches” before the state election.

The state government in 2023 committed in principle to implement all 122 recommendations from the Queensland Human Rights Commission’s 14-month review of the act, which has been largely unchanged since passed by the Goss government in 1991.

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