This week ACL has urged the Queensland Government to take action on outdoor advertising after another slogan from Campervan company Wicked Campers. See our Media Release.
It was only last week the Queensland Parliament had debated a bill on this issue. The bill was voted down but ACL’s Katherine Spackman reports on what happened in parliament. Listen to the radio package.
Soon a cross-party parliamentary group will be heading overseas to look at how countries have legislated around the issue of prostitution.
Some countries have criminalised the purchase of sex (rather than the seller). ACT Liberal politician Giulia Jones talks about the planned trip in a radio interview.
The Australian Christian Lobby is calling for the Queensland Government to urgently act in light of the latest advertising slogan from Wicked Campers and introduce outdoor advertising laws to keep the public space in line with community standards.
‘No consequences’ for anyone else is the refrain of those pushing for a new definition of marriage. Of course this noble idea unravelled long ago in Europe and the United States and we demonstrated this in our submissions to the various Parliamentary inquiries.
In this radio package, ACL’s Katherine Spackman reports on a bill introduced into Queensland Parliament last week to regulate outdoor advertising. The bill, put forward by Katter Australia Party’s Shane Knuth, looked at introducing classification zones.
Giulia Jones an ACT liberal politician. In tGiulia Joneshis interview with the ACL’s Katherine Spackman she discusses an upcoming cross-party parliamentary delegation trip to Europe and Asia to look at different legislative approach to prostitution laws and exit programs.