Register your interest: Meeting with Senator Lambie about paid parental leave cuts
Next month, the Senate will vote on the government’s proposed cuts to parental leave - and a 'yes' vote would drag Australia’s policy in exactly the wrong direction.
The vote is going to be so tight that Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie could be the decider. And she hasn’t declared her position yet. That’s why it’s absolutely critical that we make sure she understands just how concerned her constituents are about this change before she has to cast her vote. Having local voters arrange a meeting with Senator Lambie at her electorate office in Burnie is a really powerful way to do this.
Can you be part of a local voters group that meets with the Senator about this? Let us know by filling in your details below.
What does meeting with a member of parliament actually involve?
It just means scheduling a time to sit down with the Senator briefly to speak to her about this issue. We’ll work with you and other members of the group to plan the meeting – but the basics are:
What support will I get from Fair Agenda?
We’ll support you every step of the way.
To start with, we’ll find out who in your area is available to be part of a meeting with the Senator. Then we’ll work with you and your fellow Fair Agenda members to schedule a meeting with the Senator.
After we work with the group to arrange a time to meet with the Senator, we’ll schedule a call with those who are available to attend the meeting to answer any questions you have about the meeting.
We’ll also send you a copy of messages from other Fair Agenda members to present to the Senator at the meeting.