Recognition of religion or belief in Australia
According to the SRR, conditions for RoRB in the Commonwealth of Australia are classified apathetic.
Australia doesn’t have an established recognition system.
A key part of the discourse that recognitionism seeks to ignite is to analyse whether the position of a country like Australia is ideal or whether a country having an established recognition system that is dynamic is the ideal situation.
The sufficiency of state services for new and established groups based on belief is questioned, as is the government capacities for facilitating new developments in religion and belief.
The closest form of recognition is through the state’s bestowal of tax-exempt status.
Freedom of religion or belief for both new and established religions is widely upheld.
Establish a set of differentiated systems for both existential recognition and legal registration.
Country or territory