The controversial bill has been withdrawn.
Protest are being held around the country today to fight the bill.
Thousands more blood donors are needed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Critics have called the new draft of the bill "extreme and unnecessary".
The proposed laws have been called an "unprecedented attack" on existing protections.
Advocates have continued highlighting how the bill would hurt LGBTIQ+ people and others.
The 2023 census will be the first to quantify gender and sexuality minorities in the country.
The legislation would allow discrimination against marginalised groups including LGBTIQ people.
"We call on the government to appoint a dedicated LGBTIQA+ Commissioner to ensure the human rights of LGBTIQA+ people have a full-time champion."
“The Biden Administration is taking great steps forward on inclusion and equality while the Morrison Government is heading in the opposite direction.”
“LGBTIQ+ Australians will be watching closely this week to see what decision they make.”
"This is a simple reform that would replicate existing protections in other discrimination laws."
“The government wants to lock LGBTIQA+ people in a data collection closet.”
“LGBT kids deserve action, not being abandoned by a Prime Minister who has yet to honour his promise.”
The Australian Government has failed to include protections for trans and intersex people in a new bill.
Just.equal aims to see Australian blood donation policy overhauled before next year’s World Blood Donor Day.
The Defence Minister has responded to the day against anti-LGBTIQ discrimination by banning government morning teas.
Advocates have called for a national model based on Tasmanian law.
Some key reforms could still be left behind despite progress.
Advocates have called for other states to follow Victoria’s lead in criminalising anti-LGBTQA+ conversion practices.