The following are resources that can be used to assist in our campaign to protect the definition of marriage, gender and family. The material provided below can be printed and freely distributed among your community network. Electronic copies may be forwarded via social media or uploaded to other online platforms. We ask only that users provide a link back to the Marriage Alliance website so that individuals can contact us if they wish to get involved in our campaign.

Also linked below is additional material which provides background information to the campaign concerning the legalisation of "same-sex marriage." This material will help explain to our friends, supporters, as well as those who want to understand our mission, why we’re engaging in this campaign, and why we’re opposing the proposed legislative reforms.

The campaign for "same-sex marriage" is the start of a broader campaign to reshape society on many levels, and this will have significant implications in the world of employment law, parental rights, freedom of association and speech, the nature of education in primary and secondary schools, and much more.


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“Going too far in sex classes,” Herald Sun

Discusses the lack of parental consultation regarding the Building Respectful Relationships program, and notes that it has replaced special religious education in Victoria. Continue reading

“Year 8 kids to study sex ads under ‘domestic violence’ curriculum,” Natasha Bita, The Australian

Provides some of the content of the “anti-domestic violence” program Building Respectful Relationships, which encourages children to write their own personal ads for newspapers. Continue reading

“Safe Schools: tell concerned parents ‘tough luck!’,” Rebecca Urban, The Australian

Reports on a leaked video of a conference talk given by Safe Schools creator, Roz Ward, suggesting that school principals tell parents who raise concerns about the Safe Schools program that it is “tough luck” because the school is using the program regardless. Continue reading

Open letter to Bill Louden: “Independent Review of 'All of Us'”, Liz Walker, Youth Wellbeing Project

Sexuality educator, Liz Walker, writes an open letter to Bill Louden (reviewer of the Safe Schools Project) about certain omissions in the review.  Of particular note is that while surveys show that 10% of young people identify as same-sex attracted, the percentage is significantly lower in adult populations, indicating that same-sex attraction in developing years does not indicate they will continue with that attraction.  Ms Walker questions why information such as this is not also provided to students. Continue reading

“Traditional Rights and Freedoms—Encroachments by Commonwealth Laws,” Australian Law Reform Commission

A lengthy report looking at the encroachment of Commonwealth laws on traditional rights and freedoms.  Of interest are the sections on freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Continue reading

Video: “How Safe is Safe Schools?” George Christensen

Speech of George Christensen MP on the Safe Schools resources and the websites to which the Safe Schools programs provides links. Continue reading

“The school bullying problem,” Roslyn Phillips, Family Voice Australia

Well researched paper regarding the problem of school bullying.  It discusses the Safe Schools program and explains how some students feel marginalised by its introduction – resulting in other “minority” groups being bullied.  The paper also notes that there are alternate anti-bullying programs which do not involve extreme gender ideology. Continue reading

“Safe Schools Coalition is more about LGBTI advocacy than making schools safer,” Kevin Donnelly, The Age

Comments on the push for the removal of all religious education from state schools while simultaneously mandating that all state schools promote gender ideology through the Safe Schools program. Continue reading