The latest Parliamentary petition against abortion in Queensland closed on 16/09/2018. The online version received 23,886 names. The paper version of the petition is being colated. Stay tuned for updates on the final figure.


PREVIOUSLY: PETITION July to September 2018

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Download the PDF petition to print and sign here


Sign the petition online here (on the QLD Parliament website)

This time there are both PAPER and an online parliamentary e-petition.

Please share this petition far and wide - via email, social media like Facebook, and in person. Take copies to your local church and school and other groups!

TIP: If you are married don't just sign once as "Mary and Peter Smith". Each sign on a seperate line. Or if signing online, sign seperately, even if you share the same email address.

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Q: Where do I return the completed petition to?

A: You can post it to Cherish Life at
PO Box 1382, Toowong BC, QLD 4066

Q: Haven't I already signed this petition this year?

A: There was an online e-Petition already this year, but that finished in April 2018. Please let everyone know that this is a NEW July to September 2018 petition

Q: Can people under 18 years of age sign a petition?

A: Yes, if the petition is from residents of Queensland, and the person signing the petition is a resident of Queensland and they are old enough to understand what they are signing.

Q: Can a paper petition and an e-petition with the same wording run concurrently?

A: Yes.


The APRIL petition: received 11,834 signatures!

Thank you! Yet again we have shown overwhelmingly that Queensland voters oppose changes to abortion laws in Qld. Please spread the word on social media and by other means to our MPs.:

The Queensland Labor government is making another attempt to decriminslise abortion in our state.  Please sign the official parliamentary petition against this.

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Whether you have signed the petition or not, you can still visit your MP or write a short hand-written letter conveying your concerns and asking your MP to vote against legislation brought forward from the QLRC inquiry process. 

When the 2016-2017 petitions against the Pyne bills to decriminalise abortion and make it 'open season' on not-yet-born babies closed, the results were:

Petition against the first Pyne bill (decriminallisation of abortion): 23,869
Petition against the second Pyne bill (associated changes to other laws): 31,735

A total of 55,604 signees against the Pyne bills have been collected via the official parliamentary e-petitions.  

Queenslanders are firmly against abortion.