TRANSCRIPT DOORSTOP INTERVIEW, MELBOURNE THURSDAY, 17 MARCH 2022
Additional family and domestic workers for community led LGBTIQ+ organisations to support people experiencing violence.
LABOR TO PROVIDE 1,200 MORE LGBTIQ+ PEOPLE WITH FAMILY VIOLENCE SUPPORT
An Albanese Labor Government will provide dedicated funding to LGBTIQ+ community organisations to employ specialist domestic violence workers, ensuring LGBTIQ+ people receive appropriate family and domestic violence support.
BURNEY, MCALLISTER, LEIGH & TEMPLEMAN MEDIA RELEASE - RESTORING RESPECT FOR THE COMMUNITY SECTOR - TUESDAY, 15 MARCH 2022
An Albanese Labor Government will support a stronger, more diverse and more independent community sector.
Through floods, fires and a pandemic, the community sector has stepped up to provide support to struggling Australians.
Despite this, the Morrison Government has repeatedly tried to devalue and silence community sector voices. At the same time, many community sector organisations have been working with less money, less funding certainty and increased stress.
If elected, Labor will change this.
E&OE TRANSCRIPT, DOORSTOP INTERVIEW, GEELONG
FRIDAY, 4 MARCH 2022
SUBJECTS: Sexual, domestic and family violence, 500 additional community sector workers.
DOORSTOP INTERVIEW, MELBOURNE - FRIDAY, 4 MARCH 2022
SUBJECTS: Domestic and family violence; 500 additional community sector workers.
JENNY MCALLISTER - TRANSCRIPT - TELEVISION INTERVIEW - ABC AFTERNOON BRIEFING – MONDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2022
TELEVISION INTERVIEW - ABC AFTERNOON BRIEFING MONDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2022
SUBJECTS: Chinese laser incident; AGL takeover bid; problems with early access to super and financial abuse.
MCALLISTER, CLAYDON & SWANSON - TRANSCRIPT - DOORSTOP INTERVIEW - NEWCASTLE - THURSDAY, 3 FEBRUARY 2022
SENATOR JENNY MCALLISTER, SHARON CLAYDON MP & MERYL SWANSON MP
TRANSCRIPT, DOORSTOP INTERVIEW, NEWCASTLE - THURSDAY, 3 FEBRUARY 2022
SUBJECTS: Lack of safe accommodation for COVID positive women fleeing violence and lack of support for frontline services and staff during the pandemic.
JENNY MCALLISTER - OPINION PIECE - WE CAN’T LET MORRISON TAME GRACE’S LEGACY - TUESDAY, 25 JANUARY 2022
WE CAN’T LET MORRISON TAME GRACE’S LEGACY
This week marks the end of Grace Tame’s time as Australian of the year. She has used her tenure to provide a clarion call for a national reckoning about the treatment of women. Along with other victim-survivors and advocates she has challenged us to do better.
BURNEY & MCALLISTER - MEDIA RELEASE - GOVERNMENT FORCED TO LISTEN TO WOMEN - TUESDAY, 18 JANUARY 2022
GOVERNMENT FORCED TO LISTEN TO WOMEN
Labor thanks victim-survivors of domestic and sexual violence, frontline service providers, academics and advocates for once again calling the Government out on their poor listening skills.
After missing every deadline, the Morrison-Joyce Government gave experts just two weeks to review the draft National Plan to End Violence against Women and Children 2022-2032.
BURNEY & MCALLISTER MEDIA RELEASE - GOVERNMENT RUSHES CONSULTATION ON DRAFT NATIONAL PLAN TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN
GOVERNMENT RUSHES CONSULTATION ON DRAFT NATIONAL PLAN TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN
The government is not off to a great start. It is unfortunate that victim-survivors, frontline workers and advocates have been given just two weeks in January to comment on the draft plan. This plan was due months ago. The community should not have to pay for this Prime Minister’s failure to deliver.