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Independent Sydney MP Alex Greenwich
Sydney MP introduces bill to stop religious schools discriminating against LGBT students

in AUSTRALIA, 27/09/2013

Independent MP Alex Greenwich wants the New South Wales State Parliament to pass a bill which would prevent religious schools from expelling, punishing and refusing to accept students because of their LGBT status.

‘Currently NSW private school students can be expelled for being gay, lesbian, transgender, a teen mum, or a having a disability,’ Greenwich said in introducing his bill earlier today.

‘The threat of expulsion has a negative impact on what are often vulnerable students and their learning and development.’

Greenwich told the parliament about the experiences of several young LGBT people who had spoken to him.

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