lunedì 2 dicembre 2019

Australia
Australians back religious freedom for people, not for institutions

smh.com.au
(Nick O'Malley) ustralians support religious freedom protections for individuals but less for institutions such as schools or hospitals run by religious organisations, a new report for the Centre for Independent Studies has found. The findings do not “bode well for the prospect of any robust protection of religious freedom in this country,” says the report, which is being released as the government struggles to pass its religious discrimination bill. “This is because religious freedom depends, in part, on the preservation of distinctive religious institutions and communities," the report says. (...)