The Supreme Court ruled May 2, 2022, in Shurtleff v. Boston, a free speech case.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, a case stemming from a football coach’s prayers on the field, on April 25, 2022.
This week, we finally see religious discrimination debated on the floor of federal parliament. But what do voters actually think about the issues behind the bill?
Religious discrimination is set to be debated in parliament this week - more than three years after Prime Minister Scott Morrison promised a bill.
Carson v. Makin, a case from Maine about aid to students attending religious schools, goes to the Supreme Court on Dec. 8, 2021.
Increasing the stigma around LGBTIQ+ people leads to poorer health outcomes for a group that is already more vulnerable in the health system.
The Coalition has provided details of the third draft of its controversial bill.
What is at stake with the new bill very much depends on how discrimination is conceptualised and who is doing the claiming.
Plenty of groups are offering religious exemptions to COVID-19 vaccine mandates, but their legal basis isn’t as rock-solid as that might suggest.
The term “separatist” has a long history in France. Now it’s being used to target Muslims in a new law.
Native Americans have long struggled to practice their spiritual rituals and protect their landscapes. Crackdowns on Indigenous protests could further erode the free exercise of their religions.
Religion was a common theme in some of the cases to come before the nine justices in the recently concluded Supreme Court term. Three experts help explain what is at stake.
Banning the kirpan because it resembles a knife heads Australia down a path of religion free schools.
Conservative justices are redefining religious freedom to mean the protection of individuals or groups to practice their faith as they see fit, argues a constitutional law expert.
Times of crisis, like the COVID pandemic, can create opportunities for governments. But the Morrison government has instead created policy gridlock.
Having historically positioned itself as ‘non-partisan’, the ACL’s recent campaigns reflect a return to its US roots, and perhaps hopes of achieving a similar polarising cultural shift in Australia.
When Trump leaves the White House in January, many American evangelicals will feel that they’ve lost their protector in chief.
The proposed religious discrimination bill in NSW goes too far, allowing for more discrimination as a result.
A Florida minister and a conservative lawmaker filed suit against a county law mandating mask wearing, saying it violates the freedom of religion. A constitutional law professor says they’re wrong.
Canadian and American religious groups are responding very differently to coronavirus public health measures. Why? In Canada, health care is more widely regarded as a public good and a right.