Tribunal asked to rule that applicants for chaplain positions not be ruled out based on religion

The school chaplains program has been labelled discriminatory in a test case against rules requiring pastoral care workers to be connected to organised religion.

In a case that could have significant repercussions on the controversial program, the requirement that potential employees of Access Ministries, one of the groups that provides pastoral care, must be Christian will be challenged in the Victorian civil and administrative tribunal.

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