The creators of a Facebook page which urged companies to pull advertising from Alan Jones' breakfast show has now called on him to made an on-air pledge.
The social media group Destroy the Joint, called on Thursday for employees of the Macquarie Radio Network, including Jones, to commit to challenge 'anyone who uses sex, race, religion or sexual orientation to incite hatred or to demean or vilify'.
They further asked for the controversial shock jock to read a pledge on his 2GB show.
'I want an Australia where girls and women, where men and boys, can take part in our society without enduring discrimination, sexism and violence,' the pledge reads.
'I want an Australia where we respect each other; an Australia where no person experiences hate because of their gender, race, religion or sexuality.'
Jones sparked a public backlash when his comments that Prime Minster Julia Gillard's father 'died of shame' because of her lies became public.
The Macquarie Radio Network announced on Sunday it would be temporarily suspending all advertising on Alan Jones's 2GB breakfast show, after an 'unprecedented focus' on the controversial shock jock through mainstream and social media.
Destroy the Joint has previously told its 11,000 odd supporters that more than 74 companies had withdrawn their support from Jones's show, due to people's emails.
Its organisers said that if Jones read out the pledge on air 'we'll publicise his commitment on our page'.
'We have more than 2000 signatures on our pledge, nearly 18,000 strong here on our Facebook page,' a post on the page reads.
'Our message to stop violence and abuse reaches more than two million women and men through you.'