A group of SEED Indigenous Youth Climate Network volunteers have been denied entry from an Adani Roadshow meeting.(source:wikimedia)
An invitation to all indigenous people was put out by the Adani group to attend the Indigenous Affairs meeting, however when the volunteers arrived they were told they were on the no entry list, along with the media.
The SEED volunteers say they were not there to protest, but to gain a further understanding of the proposed mining project.
Brisbane house prices climb
The Brisbane housing market has jumped 4.5 per cent in the past 12 months, despite poor economic conditions last year.
Joshua Creamer is a Wannyi and Kalkadoon man, and a QLD barrister. His major areas of practice are Civil & Human Rights/Discrimination; Commercial; Family Law; Mining, Energy and Resources; and Native Title.
The draft bill provides that ‘religious bodies’ or ‘religious organisations’ would be exempt from anti-discrimination law if they refused to service same-sex weddings. (image: wikimedia commons)
Proposed same-sex marriage bill contains potentially discriminatory loophole
The New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board is among several groups that have warned the federal government it’s proposed same-sex marriage bill contains a loophole that could promote discrimination.
The draft bill provides that ‘religious bodies’ or ‘religious organisations’ would be exempt from anti-discrimination law if they refused to service same-sex weddings.