HUMAN RIGHTS AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BILL 2012 SUBMISSION by ENDEAVOUR FORUM INC.
Endeavour Forum is an association dedicated to supporting family values in the context of situations facing families. In contrast to feminism, we maintain that men and women are equal but different. Such a position is consistent with reality and natural science.
We also strongly support inalienable rights to freedom of speech, freedom of conscience and the right of parents, as primary educators, to choose the type of education to be given to their children (UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948 (UDHR), Article 26.
We oppose usurpation of parental rights by the state
Submission on Freedom of Religion and Belief
We believe Australia does have freedom of religion and belief and that any legislation or regulations on this issue will restrict rather than increase freedom
Taxation Reform Inquiry - Submission
Affirmative Action - Submission
Submission to the Victorian Law reform Commission on the Decriminalisation of Abortion
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to make a submission on the reform of Victorian abortion law. Endeavour Forum Inc. is a pro-life women's organisation which has representatives in all Australian states and links with similar groups overseas. As an NGO we have special consultative status with the Economic & Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations, and in this capacity besides being Observers at UN meetings, we regularly hold NGO workshops on women's issues in conjunction with the UN's Commission on the Status of Women meetings in New York each year.
Endeavour Forum Submission on Productivity Commision Draft Inquiry on Paid Parent Leave
Endeavour Forum Inc. is a women’s pro-life, pro-family national organisation which has special consultative status with the Economic & Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations. I am the National & Overseas Co-ordinator, I have eight children, 18 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Those of our supporters who are married tend to have larger than average-size families, so they tend to remain out of the paid workforce for longer after marriage, and many are full-time homemakers. Also many of our supporters homeschool their children.