The Secular Spotlight Blog
Catch up on the latest secular news with the NSL’s Weekend Wrap for 26 July 2020.
With discussion having resumed in SA over the introduction of safe access zones, Peter Monk, president of the National Secular Lobby, writes that all states are finally putting the health and safety of women first.
Appalled that an elected body would begin its deliberations with sectarian prayers, Courtney Coombs has established a petition calling for prayers to be removed from Brisbane City Council meetings.
Catch up on the latest secular news with the NSL’s Weekend Wrap for 19 July 2020.
Testimony given by one of the Australian Defence Force’s top chaplains has further brought into question the employment of solely religious chaplains in Australia’s military.
Catch up on the latest secular news with the NSL’s Weekend Wrap for 12 July 2020.
We’re pleased to have Mike Gaffney MLC join us today for a Q&A to discuss the road ahead for his historic VAD bill and the religion-based opposition that he is facing.
The independent Tasmanian politician behind the push to legalise voluntary assisted dying (VAD) in the state has criticised the tactics of religious interest groups in trying to stop the legislation.
Catch up on the latest secular news with the NSL’s Weekend Wrap for 5 July 2020.
It’s well overdue for Australia to have a secular military that is inclusive and serves us all.
The NSL speaks with James Jansson from the Science Party, and a candidate in this weekend’s Eden-Monaro by-election.