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              The proposed Religious Freedom Bill will enable organisations and individuals to discriminate in accordance with their religious beliefs.

              The bill does not protect freedoms, but grants religious belief undeserved, unnecessary, and outrageous privileges.

               

              The Atheist Foundation of Australia opposes the Religious Freedom Bill and will fight to protect the rights of all Australians.

               

              Read our Submission

              Religious Freedom Bill Submission

              Religious Discrimination Bill – Second Exposure Draft Date: 19 January 2020 Submission type: Non-Profit – Atheist Foundation Of Australia and Sydney Atheists Email: [email protected] Confidentiality: For Public Release The Atheist Foundation of...

              Submission to the Australian Bureau of Statistics – Review of 2021 Census Topics

              The question on religion in the Australian Census contains an element which is problematical in obtaining accurate figures. The problem is that it asks “What is the person’s religion?” This is a leading question and can elicit a religion of baptism when the person may...

              Submission to the Queensland Law Reform Commission Review of Termination of Pregnancy Laws

              February 2018 In line with the recommendations of groups such as the Queensland Branch of the Australian Medical Association (AMAQ), Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG), the Queensland Nurses Union, the Health...

              Non-believers now Australia's largest religious group: Time to listen to what we want

              What is the role of the godless in Australia’s current social and political climate? What level of influence should the the non-religious have in Australia’s version of secularism? The Atheist Foundation of Australia (AFA) is calling for a national discussion on these...

              Religious Freedom Review Panel Submission

              Religious Freedom Review, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Parliament House, Canberra. Submission: Copies to all members of the Review Panel and PMC Secretariat: To whom it may concern, The Australian Law Reform Commission interim report 127 has previously...

              Politicians cannot hide from fact any more regarding voluntary assisted dying

              The Atheist Foundation of Australia (AFA) supports the two Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) Bills before state Parliaments in NSW and Victoria. This is an important demonstration of evidence-based medical opinion and indisputable patient need triumphing over...

              Richard Dawkins and Ben Goldacre in Melbourne for Reason to Hope

              The Atheist Foundation of Australia (AFA) is excited to announce that evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, and Ben Goldacre, best-selling author of Bad Science and Bad Pharma, will speak at the 2018 Global Atheist Convention, Reason to Hope. “We are delighted...

              Non-believers by far Australia's largest single 'religious' group: Now give us the recognition we deserve

              The godless in Australia say enough is enough. After today’s release of Census data showing that non-believers make up 30.1% of the population – easily overtaking the previously-highest response “Catholic” for the first time in Census history – the Atheist Foundation...

              Tracey Spicer and Clementine Ford to speak at 2018 Global Atheist Convention; Tickets now on sale

              The Atheist Foundation of Australia (AFA) is excited to announced that Tracey Spicer – journalist and author of The Good Girl Stripped Bare – and prominent feminist writer Clementine Ford will speak at the 2018 Global Atheist Convention, Reason to Hope. "We are...

              Ayaan Hirsi Ali withdraws from 2018 Global Atheist Convention; New speakers announced

              The Atheist Foundation of Australia (AFA) is disappointed to advise that Ayaan Hirsi Ali, author of Heretic and Infidel, has withdrawn from the 2018 Global Atheist Convention in Melbourne. However, MCs for the event - the largest gathering of its kind in the southern...

              Our Philosophy

              The Atheist Foundation of Australia recognises the scientific method as the only rational means toward understanding reality. To question and critically examine all ideas, testing them in the light of experiment, leads to the discovery of facts.

              As there seems to be no scientific evidence for supernatural phenomena, atheists reject belief in ‘God’, gods, and other supernatural beings. The universe, the world in which we live, and the evolution of life seem to be entirely natural occurrences.

               

              No personality or mind can exist without the process of living matter to sustain it. We have only one life – here and now. All that remains after a person dies is the memory of their life and deeds in the minds of those who remain.

              Atheists reject superstition and prejudice along with the irrational fears they cause. We recognise the complexity and interdependence of life on this planet. As rational and ethical beings we accept the challenge of making a creative and responsible contribution to life.

              Atheist Foundation of Australia

              Our Aims
              • To encourage and to provide a means of expression for informed free-thought on philosophical and social issues.
              • To safeguard the rights of all non-religious people.
              • To serve as a focal point for the community of non-religious people.
              • To offer verifiable information in place of superstition and to promote logic and reason.
              • To promote atheism.
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