Annual Religious Liberty Lecture/Conference

Welcome

Professor Michael Quinlan
Dean, School of Law, Sydney, The University of Notre Dame Australia

Freedom of belief; freedom to protest, counsel and pray

Anna Walsh

Adjunct Associate Professor, The University of Notre Dame Australia, School of Law, Sydney

Freedom of Belief: Freedom to provide religious instruction in Australian schools

Associate Professor Neil Foster

The University of Newcastle

Born (again) this way: Why The Inherent Nature Of Religiosity Requires A New Approach To Australia’s Discrimination Laws

Professor Michael Quinlan

Dean, School of Law, Sydney, The University of Notre Dame Australia

Freedom of conscience; freedom of health professionals not to act

Rachael Wong

Director of Research, Policy and Advocacy, Women’s Forum Australia
Adjunct Lecturer, The University of Notre Dame Australia, School of Law, Sydney

Charity Law Reforms in Australia and Issues of Religious Freedom

Dr Bernard Doherty

Course Director, St Mark’s National Theological Centre, Charles Sturt University
Adjunct Lecturer, School of Law, Sydney, The University of Notre Dame Australia

Do (or should) corporations enjoy religious freedom?

Professor Bernard Evans

School of Law, Sydney, The University of Notre Dame Australia

The economic value of religious belief in Australia; the findings of the SEIROS Project

Dr Brendan Long

Charles Sturt University

The use of corporate assets by directors in support of social or political agenda

Professor Gerard Ryan

School of Law, Sydney, The University of Notre Dame Australia

Freedom of belief; freedom of action– the experience of Muslim Women in Australia

Dr Ghena Krayem

Senior Law Lecturer, Sydney Law School, The University of Sydney

When Actions of Freedom Are Actions of Religion

Dr John A. Rees

Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations
Schools Arts & Sciences, Sydney
Convener, Religion and Global Society Program
Institute for Ethics and Society
The University of Notre Dame Australia

Religious Freedom and the redefinition of marriage in Australia

Dr Greg Walsh

Senior Lecturer, School of Law, Sydney, The University of Notre Dame Australia

Religious confession privilege - Freedom of religious belief; freedom of religious action

Dr Keith Thompson

Associate Dean, School of Law, Sydney, The University of Notre Dame Australia

Freedom of belief; freedom of action – the experience of Australia’s indigenous peoples

Peter Williams

School of Law, Sydney, The University of Notre Dame Australia

The Turn to Freedom of Conscience—and Its Limits or Is Freedom of Conscience ‘better’ than Freedom of Religion?

Professor Rex Tauati Ahdar

Faculty of Law, University of Otago
Adjunct Professor, School of Law, Sydney
The University of Notre Dame Australia

Sectarianism in Australia: the history many have forgotten (1)

Roy Williams

Author and journalist