Marriage equality advocates in Australia have welcomed a new draft national anti-discrimination law. It aims to protect gay Australians from unfair treatment in employment and services.
Campaigners have also called on the government to extend its commitment towards ending discrimination from within the country’s Marriage Act.
In September, Australia’s Parliament voted down a proposed equal marriage bill and its hoped the current plans on tackling workplace discrimination can help in the fight for marriage equality.
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