PPL thanks

Say thanks to the parties protecting new parents' time at home

This election Fair Agenda secured pledges from the Nick Xenophon Team, Jacqui Lambie Network, Greens and ALP to vote against any cuts to paid parental leave.

Together, these parties hold the majority of seats in the new Senate, which means their votes will stop the Government from cutting the parental leave of tens of thousands of new parents. 

It's a great commitment from these four parties, which will make a huge difference to tens of thousands of working parents, and their newborns.

With so much at stake, it's vital we not only thank these Senators for pledging to protect new parents' time at home -- but also show them we're still ready to mobilise and hold them accountable for their promise. 

Can you help by sharing a thank you message for the Senators pledged, sharing why protecting parental leave matters to you?

Being able to afford to spend time at home caring for your new baby is precious.

Thank you for your pledge to vote against any cuts to paid parental leave.


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Frank , 2066  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:51:14 +1000
Warwick&Joan , 2518  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:50:46 +1000
Mark , 2914  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:50:22 +1000
"Babies need their parents more than bosses do. As a society we should support new parents to give their children the love and attention they need. Work can wait."
Jennifer , 4810  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:48:33 +1000
Herman , 7054  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:48:25 +1000
"This issue is vital because it helps to protect parents who can least afford the increased costs associated with raising children."
Dorothy , 5045  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:48:00 +1000
Belinda , 2027  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:47:46 +1000
"I wouldn’t have been able to afford to have my two boys without the assistance of paid parental leave."
Shirley , 2135  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:46:15 +1000
"I have young married granddaughters who have good jobs as do their husbands, but like other young people in the Sydney housing market must keep working – two salaries needed to keep a roof over the heads of each of those families. Without good, paid parental leave they won’t be able to have any children.. A disaster for the nation!"
Garry , 3523  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:45:31 +1000
Courtney , B2T 1E7  /  signed 2016-08-15 16:45:10 +1000
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