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Tanya Plibersek
Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Shadow Minister for Education + Training, Shadow Minister for Women. Authorised T Plibersek, ALP, Redfern.
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Australian Labor 2h
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Why won't the Prime Minister schedule extra sitting weeks before the election so this parliament can stop dodgy insurers ripping off Australians?
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Bill Shorten 4h
BREAKING NEWS: Labor has drafted new laws to clean up the banks. Morrison needs to let the parliament pass these laws as soon as possible.
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Australian Labor Feb 17
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"Given the PM desperately wants people to believe he never opposed this Royal Commission, why did he allow one of his ministers to direct government senators to vote against it?" -
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NEDA Feb 17
People w , national DPOs & advocacy orgs meeting with at Parliament House. We all agree it's time for a . says TOR to be developed in partnership w PWD.
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Bonnie Millen 🐒 Feb 17
Very stoked that made the time and effort to meet with disability leaders - in his office - in the call for the
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 17
We want people competing to get into teaching in the same way they compete to get into medicine. A career in teaching should be a first choice, not a fallback.
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 17
Started the week by stopping by to talk about Labor’s plan to give our nation’s top achievers bursaries of up to $40,000 to encourage the best and brightest Australians into teaching.
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 16
Shout out to our awesome crew at Fair Day today!
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 16
Great news for Sydney. If elected, will heritage-list the Sirius building and save it from demolition.
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 15
Last Saturday I met Nathan + Ethan who, like many other kids around Australia, spend their Saturday mornings learning Mandarin so they can speak with their grandparents + preserve their culture. That’s just one of the reasons why Labor’s announcement is important.
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 15
An important announcement for multicultural communities across Australia. $8 million for community language schools.
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 14
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Community language schools contribute to Australia’s standing as a successful multicultural nation. They help preserve and celebrate cultures and traditions and promote diversity, inclusion, and respect.
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 14
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Currently, community language schools teach mostly school age kids. But the younger someone starts learning another language, the easier it is to pick up. That’s why we’ll help more community language schools open up their classes to pre-schoolers as well.
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 14
BIG NEWS for community language schools - up to $25,000 per school so more kids can learn another language
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Bill Shorten Feb 14
Labor condemns the atrocious terrorist attack against security personnel in Pulwama. To the family and friends of the soldiers killed - our deepest condolences and support. We stand with and the Indian people in the fight against terrorism in all forms.
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 14
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 14
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Only a Royal Commission has the weight, authority and investigative powers to examine the horrific accounts of violence and abuse against people with disability, including in schools.
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Tanya Plibersek Feb 14
Here's a great op ed Jenny Macklin and wrote in May 2017 when Labor announced that we would establish a Royal Commission into violence and abuse of people with disability. must back this now.
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Bill Shorten Feb 13
We have a chance for healing and unity and reconciliation. And to take a further step to ensure that the next generation live to see and know an Australia where the gap is closed and the suffering has subsided.
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