The Equality Campaign is changing

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The Equality Campaign is changing.
 
On December 8th we announced we were transforming into Equality Australia – Australia's first LGBTQI+ legal advocacy organisation.
 
Equality Australia will be building on the success of last year's 'Yes' campaign to make sure no LGBTQI+ Australian is excluded or held back for being who they are.
 
Make sure you sign up to Equality Australia by December 31st to continue being a part of this unstoppable movement fighting for for fairness and equality for LGBTQI+ Australians. 
 
Together we won the 'Yes' vote, but one year from achieving marriage equality  our politicians seem to have forgotten that Australians voted for a fair and equal society.
 
But Equality Australia is here to change that.
 
We've already set our sights on stopping discrimination against LGBTQI+ students in religious schools, and together we can make sure that any federal government legislation protecting religious freedom won't come at the expense of equality for LGBTQI+ people.
 
Don't miss out on being a part of this life changing movement. Sign up today by clicking on the link below:

 

https://equalityaustralia.org.au
 

We know we are a force – and a voice – to be reckoned with. Together we have the power to change laws and change lives.
 
Be a part of the next big step in achieving equality for LGBTQI+ Australians. We're in this to win this, and we know you are too.
 
Together we can make sure that LGBTQI+ Australians are equal to their peers and have the same rights and recognition as everyone else.
 
Anna Brown 
Equality Australia, CEO

 
Equality Australia :
Level 17, 461 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia Wide
Equality Australia
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