Tag Archive | Australian Marriage Equality
Australian Marriage Equality (AME) has welcomed the appointment of Mr Ed Santow as the Australian Human Rights Commissioner. “No one in Australia is more qualified than Ed Santow to take on the role of Human Rights Commissioner, or will bring more experience and skill to that role,” Australian Marriage Equality National Director Rodney Croome said.
A young Melbourne woman raised by a same-sex couple has written to Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, urging him to drop plans for a plebiscite on marriage equality and allow a free vote in Parliament instead. In her open letter, Georgia Weymouth Large, wrote that during a plebiscite campaign,
Ivan Hinton-Teoh is moving on from Australian Marriage Equality, with whom he has worked for the last four years, and AME have sent us this tribute to him: “Australian Marriage Equality (AME) would like to thank Ivan Hinton-Teoh for his immense contribution to the marriage equality campaign in Australia over the last four years.
In Australia, marriage equality advocates have welcomed the Darwin City Council’s decision to support marriage equality and have called on other Northern Territory councils to follow Darwin’s lead. At its Tuesday night meeting Darwin Council passed a motion in favour of marriage equality. In an Australian first, the Council called on the National General Assembly […]
In Australia, advocates have called on supporters of marriage equality across all parties to work together to ensure legislation passes parliament in the wake of debate on the issue in the Senate yesterday. “It is no longer enough for politicians simply to support marriage equality, they must be prepared to vote for it and they […]
Rodney Croome, director of Australian Marriage Equality, writes to us about Marco Bulmer-Rizzi, husband of David Bulmer Rizzi, who recently passed away on their honeymoon in a tragic accident in South Australia. He asks people to sign a petition to change marriage laws in Australia, so that ‘never married’ will not appear on the death […]
Leading marriage equality advocate in Australia, Rodney Croome, has reached out to opponents of the reform in an effort to set ground rules for debating the issue of marriage equality, especially in the event of a plebiscite. The move comes in the wake of a complaint before the Tasmanian Anti-Discrimination Commission, against some statements in a Catholic […]