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    Our Aims


    • To encourage and to provide a means of expression for informed free-thought on philosophical and social issues.
    • To safeguard the rights of all non-religious people.
    • To serve as a focal point for the community of non-religious people.
    • To offer verifiable information in place of superstition and to promote logic and reason.
    • To promote atheism.
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    Census No Religion Campaign

    The next Australian Census will be held on Tuesday 10th August 2021 and we need it to accurately reflect what Australians truly believe. So, when you’re filling in the census and you come to the question on religion, this is your chance to think carefully and decide whether you still see yourself as religious.

    If you don’t see yourself as religious anymore, this census, mark ‘No Religion’.

    Do Not Divide Us Campaign

    Everyone should be able to go about their lives free from discrimination.

    But the Morrison Government is writing laws that would see people discriminate against their fellow Australians in ways that will affect all of us.

    Australia is a great country and we need your help to stop these invasive laws and to keep Australia free from discrimination.

    Join the campaign today

    Do Not Divide Us

    Latest News

    Atheism is not a religion, mark “no religion”

    As you know, the Australian Government is conducting a census of the population on the 10th August 2021. The census is an important snapshot of the country and informs government and businesses in their decision making. Census data is used to plan and deliver services...

    Census21 No Religion Campaign Rejects Fake News and Fearmongering

    The Census No Religion campaign is aware of a particularly hateful and misleading message circulating on social media, by email and SMS text message. The message suggests that non-religious people should incorrectly record that they are religious or face the...

    Census No Religion Campaign

    On the 10th of August, a census is being conducted to collect important data on the circumstances and attitudes of the Australian people. Your friends and family will be asked if they hold religious beliefs, and it’s an important chance for them to think carefully...

    Religious Discrimination Bill is resurrected

    In a recent webinar with Family Voice Australia, Kevin Andrews (Liberal Party Back Bencher) indicated that "compromise had been reached" regarding the proposed Religious Discrimination Bill, and that it would be introduced into the Parliament "shortly". Mr. Andrews...

    Religious Freedom Bill Submission

    Religious Discrimination Bill – Second Exposure Draft Date: 19 January 2020 Submission type: Non-Profit – Atheist Foundation Of Australia and Sydney Atheists Email: [email protected] Confidentiality: For Public Release The Atheist Foundation of...

    Submission to the Australian Bureau of Statistics – Review of 2021 Census Topics

    The question on religion in the Australian Census contains an element which is problematical in obtaining accurate figures. The problem is that it asks “What is the person’s religion?” This is a leading question and can elicit a religion of baptism when the person may...

    Submission to the Queensland Law Reform Commission Review of Termination of Pregnancy Laws

    February 2018 In line with the recommendations of groups such as the Queensland Branch of the Australian Medical Association (AMAQ), Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG), the Queensland Nurses Union, the Health...

    Non-believers now Australia's largest religious group: Time to listen to what we want

    What is the role of the godless in Australia’s current social and political climate? What level of influence should the the non-religious have in Australia’s version of secularism? The Atheist Foundation of Australia (AFA) is calling for a national discussion on these...

    Religious Freedom Review Panel Submission

    Religious Freedom Review, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Parliament House, Canberra. Submission: Copies to all members of the Review Panel and PMC Secretariat: To whom it may concern, The Australian Law Reform Commission interim report 127 has previously...

    Politicians cannot hide from fact any more regarding voluntary assisted dying

    The Atheist Foundation of Australia (AFA) supports the two Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) Bills before state Parliaments in NSW and Victoria. This is an important demonstration of evidence-based medical opinion and indisputable patient need triumphing over...

    Our Philosophy

    The Atheist Foundation of Australia recognises the scientific method as the only rational means toward understanding reality. To question and critically examine all ideas, testing them in the light of experiment, leads to the discovery of facts.

    As there seems to be no scientific evidence for supernatural phenomena, atheists reject belief in ‘God’, gods, and other supernatural beings. The universe, the world in which we live, and the evolution of life seem to be entirely natural occurrences.


    No personality or mind can exist without the process of living matter to sustain it. We have only one life – here and now. All that remains after a person dies is the memory of their life and deeds in the minds of those who remain.

    Atheists reject superstition and prejudice along with the irrational fears they cause. We recognise the complexity and interdependence of life on this planet. As rational and ethical beings we accept the challenge of making a creative and responsible contribution to life.

    To YOU I’m an atheist; to God, I’m the loyal opposition.

    “We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.”

    Richard Dawkins

    I am an atheist, out and out. It took me a long time to say it. I’ve been an atheist for years and years, but somehow I felt it was intellectually unrespectable to say that one is an atheist, because it assumed knowledge that one didn’t have. Somehow it was better to say one was a humanist or agnostic. I don’t have the evidence to prove that God doesn’t exist, but I so strongly suspect that he doesn’t that I don’t want to waste my time.

    Isaac Asimov

    Isn’t it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?

    Douglas Adams

    The sciences are not sectarian. People do not persecute each other on account of disagreements in mathematics. Families are not divided about botany and astronomy does not even tend to make a man hate his father and mother. It is what people do not know that they persecute each other about. Science will bring, not a sword, but peace.

    Robert G. Ingersoll

    Religion is not merely the opium of the masses, it’s the cyanide.

    Tom Robbins

    The intelligent beings in these regions should therefore not be surprised if they observe that their locality in the universe satisfies the conditions that are necessary for their existence. It is a bit like a rich person living in a wealthy neighborhood not seeing any poverty.

    Stephen Hawking

    The invisible and the non-existent look very much alike.

    Delo McKown

    Millions long for immortality who don’t know what to do on a rainy Sunday afternoon.

    Susan Ertz

    Religion is a by-product of fear. For much of human history, it may have been a necessary evil, but why was it more evil than necessary? Isn’t killing people in the name of God a pretty good definition of insanity?

    Arthur C. Clarke


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    Sad but true

    You're thinking of Muslims. Christians were persecuted for a few centuries. It was kinda their schtick for a while.

    Look... we're supposed to be the logical ones right? So why are we conflating ancient Christians with modern ones? I'm also pretty sure that being outright prohibited from worship by the state is a breach of their rights. We're the first to say something about separation of church and state when the fundies want to force God into public schools, it's pretty hypocritical therefore to ban them from their own institutions where they worship privately among their own.

    As Gore Vidal once said " the pilgrams didnt go to America cos there were being oppressed. They went there to Oppress"

    The question is why do Christians in Australia believe themsleves to be opprressed? They have to be the most privileged religious group in the country. Tax free status. Money poured into their coffers by the govenment to build insanely luxurious schools while the Public shools are lucky to get the crumbs. From our PM down they believe themsleves to be superior to the rest of us. And they want more power to infiltrate the lives of non Chriistians including the power to deny us the right to die, the right to sack teachers and expell students who don't fit with their narrow minded beliefs. I could go on .....

    Swap Christians with people in power abusing religion and exploiting the uneducated to commit atrocities and I will agree with you.

    *all religions

    Not quite from the beginning. They suffered persecution for the first few centuries.

    Looks like a cyclist pedalling into the West Bank

    100%! Perfect analogy!

    Spot on!??

    They always shriek about being oppressed. It's what they do. Addicted to a torture-porn fairytale.

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    Ok. We went early with this one. Still confident about the results though.

    I’m so scared

    Ermmagawddd.. I think I've been converted to believe in dog - must have been hit by a dyslexic prayer

    None of us burst into flames from their prayers? Guess their God wasn't listening..

    Hang on... I prayed that their prayers wouldn't work. What the-!? Now I don't know what to believe ??

    Yep. Still an atheist. There's no such thing as grffft! ?? Gods are just a mrrhgnph! ?? I don't believe in J... J... Jeflrpgh! Our father thou art in heaven. Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done. On Earth as it is in heaven. ??

    A Global prayer to end atheism!! What about them saying a pray to end Covid 19! Or a prayer to help the children that die every 6 seconds from a lack of food and basic clean drinking water! Or a prayer to help the children that spend their last weeks of life screaming in agony from Cancer! Worst cancer ever inflicted on the human race is Religion!!

    I think that it is disrespectful to try to end atheism. Everyone should be respected.

    All those prayers down through the ages have not achieved anything to change the human condition. Do they reallly expect an answer? Religion and prayer achieve nothing. Not even prayers to get rid of atheists. I conclude that God is dead!

    Was that today? Let me see….. nope still an atheist, just confirms my belief in the non power of prayer.

    And what if their prayers were answered...we stopped being Atheists, but became Satanists instead? ??

    The result might be more people realising pray doesnt work.

    Well that’s mighty Christian of them??

    Looks like the prayers bounced off my nanobots from the vaccine…hmmmm

    The failure of their prayers has only further confirmed my atheism...

    We're in the middle of a pandemic. Seems like the perfect opportunity to show off some miracle cures.

    When I read about this it made me think about it - then I realised I was an atheist. . . . Actually I've been an atheist since I was eight. ?? I love how it has provided amusement for so many atheists.

    I proudly raised a middle finger.

    This shows us an example of society’s double standards. Can you imagine the response there’d be for something like “The global conference to end Christianity” or “The worldwide discussion on ending Islam”?

    OF ALL THE THINGS TO PRAY ABOUT! What a complete waste of time and energy.

    Were those the same prayers asking for Angels from Africa to help Trump ...?

    You know, the world is so wacky right now that I wouldn't be surprised if... sorry nah forget I said anything. ..... ??

    I caught myself praying this morning... they got me.

    Dam, I missed this! I was gonna do the big countdown and everything. Instead I went to bed.

    Can they pray to free atheists from paying tax to cover their tax rort?

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    2021 Census completed, thanks to @timminchin for the wee reminder of choosing #NoReligion #Census21.

    I'm trying to figure out why Margaret Court's church received half a mil in JobKeeper whilst public unis did not receive a cent. I have two degrees and a grad dip and still, this perplexes me.

    2021 and this is still happening. A legal right to fire staff and expel students for their sexual orientation. Both major parties promised to change this three years ago. And the #ReligiousDiscriminationBill will make it worse.
    #auspol #LGBTIQ

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    Steph Lentz was sacked this year for being gay. It was perfectly legal

    LGBTQ people who work at religious schools can be sacked for who they are, and they fear the federal religious ...