Kathy's story.





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Published on Oct 16, 2018

"It is a privilege for me to have a conviction for doing the right thing."

Kathy Clubb was the first person to be convicted under new laws which criminalised communication about #Abortion within 150 metres of a clinic. Kathy's case was heard in the High Court of Australia last week.

"This is the biggest human rights abuse of our time, and in history."

Kathy is now awaiting the verdict of her case.

Kathy's case matters. It matters because, if she were to lose, it would allow for the Government, for future Governments to outlaw Christians from speaking out in public, for journalists to report on certain matters. It is essential that laws are challenged for this reason.

Kathy's case is about #ReligiousFreedom and #FreedomOfSpeech. Kathy's case affects all of us. The outcome of Kathy's case will affect all of us.

For more information, visit www.acl.org.au

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