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Not the Church, Not the State, We Will Decide Our Fate: Reflecting on Sunday’s “Day of the Unborn Child” Counter Protest

Not the Church, Not the State, We Will Decide Our Fate

By Courtney Thompson On Sunday, I attended what was probably my most intense rally-going experience yet. While “pro-life”, anti-choice group, Family Life Australia, and its supporters attended mass within St Mary’s cathedral for its “Day of the Unborn Child” (read: day an unborn, undeveloped foetus means more than the physical, …

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NUS backdoor deals result a step back for women’s rights

Following  accusations of vote rigging and corruption in 2009,  the peak body representing Australian university students, The National Union of Students’ decision to  block discussion on abortion decriminalization at its National Conference held late last year has sparked outrage amongst many female students. Labor-Right’s Mikaela Wangmann, a member of the …

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Letters

Three Issues and an Affiliation Later As a concerned student, I wonder how LifeChoice UNSW gets its funding, and why lunatics like this are funded in the first place. I am aware that they are anti-abortion, which is fine, everyone is entitled to their opinion, but they have posted articles …

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SDC declines LifeChoice affiliation

The Student Development Committee (SDC) declined to affiliate controversial pro-life club LifeChoice last week, in a meet held in camera. LifeChoice UNSW was forced to hold a second Inaugural Annual General Meeting after it originally failed to give adequate notification to the SDC.

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