The controversial bill has been withdrawn.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.
The bill would have "a disastrous impact".
Critics have called the new draft of the bill "extreme and unnecessary".
The Australian Medical Association has called for bans on conversion practices and forced surgery.
The proposed laws have been called an "unprecedented attack" on existing protections.
The Tasmanian town has sent a message of change and acceptance.
Advocates have continued highlighting how the bill would hurt LGBTIQ+ people and others.
"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.”
Activists are opposing the Australian Christian Lobby's attempts to water down anti-discrimination protections.
“LGBT kids deserve action, not being abandoned by a Prime Minister who has yet to honour his promise.”
The Liberal Party and Federal Labor have been urged to create counterpart roles.
Just.equal aims to see Australian blood donation policy overhauled before next year’s World Blood Donor Day.
A new report shows LGBTIQ Tasmanians face inequality in housing, employment, health, and safety.
The Defence Minister has responded to the day against anti-LGBTIQ discrimination by banning government morning teas.
Tasmanian advocates are calling for conversion survivors to form a support and activism network.
“The Greens are proud to be part of making Tasmania a kinder, happier place for transgender, and intersex people.”
Advocates have called for a national model based on Tasmanian law.