Where do they stand?: Dr Greg Walsh

March 21, 2019

At last night's leaders' forum on Sky News, the Conservative Party's NSW Upper House candidate Greg Walsh asked the leaders of both major parties where they stand on anti-discrimination laws as they currently apply to religious schools.

As you can see from the video below, in answering Dr Walsh's question both major party leaders lean towards changing the law so that religious schools can be discriminated against.

To find out more about our policies, click here.

To subscribe to Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi's free, weekly podcast, click here.

To donate to the Conservative Party, click here.

To join the Conservatives, click here.

 

Leave Our Schools Alone

Tell the Labor, Liberal and Greens parties - Leave our school alone! As a parent or family member of a child attending a non-government school, I want my kids' school to uphold our family's values...
ADD YOUR SUPPORT

Share this important information with your family, friends and mates - Like Australian Conservatives on Facebook to stay updated.

Become a Member

Join the fight to restore conservative principles to the forefront of Australian politics.

Click here to join our party.

Quick Donate

Chip in $5 and become an official supporter of our conservative movement!

donate

Subscribe

Join the fight to restore conservative principles to the forefront of Australian politics.