Albury and Wodonga urgently need a new single-site hospital. Email the Health Minister NOW to call on the NSW Government to spend public money wisely, so that growing regional communities get the care we deserve.
Email the Local Government Minister NOW demanding the NSW Government clean up their own mess and don’t leave local councils footing the bill.
Today in Parliament, Amanda gave a powerful speech about just how far we have to go in NSW to improve safety, access and inclusion for all LGBTQIA+ people in every corner of the state.
Young people’s perspectives and voices should be heard, listened to, empowered and valued. Youth are not just the leaders of tomorrow — they are already driving the changes we need.
Everyone should be able to access the physical and mental health benefits of participating in sport and active recreation. Community participatory activities and diversity, inclusion and equity initiatives should be a priority for sport funding.
Local government is the closest level of government to the communities it represents. Far from just “roads, rates, and rubbish”, councils provide essential local services like libraries, sports facilities, and community centres, and make decisions that shape the future of our built and natural environments. Effective local democracy is critical for communities to be empowered to participate in the decisions that impact them.
LGBTQIA+ people across the whole of NSW have the right to be safe, included and participate fully in our communities. There’s plenty of work to do to get there - from improving access to culturally safe and gender-affirming health services, to ending unnecessary surgery on intersex children, and challenging heteronormative assumptions in and outside of Parliament.
Our emergency services are vital in protecting our communities. Emergency workers and volunteers are on the front lines of the climate crisis. We must look after the people who look after us.
Access to health care is a human right. Accessible, safe and equitable health care for every person in NSW requires bolstering our public health system and investment in primary and preventive care. Health workers have the right to be safe at work, to be valued, and fairly paid.
Communities across NSW are looking for real change to address the crises we are facing - from climate and extinction to health, housing, and widening inequality.
I've seen first hand the dire state of our public health system and the real impact of floods, fires and drought. The Greens have the courage and the track record to push for the meaningful change that we need.