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A Shorten Labor Government will deliver child care support that is fairer and will make early education and care more affordable for families.
Our package will give parents the early education and care relief they need now – from 1 January 2017.
Indigenous economic development is at the heart of the national agenda.
The Coalition is committed to working with Indigenous people. Our policies will have a greater emphasis on place-based approaches and ensure engagement with Indigenous communities and leaders is central to everything we do....
A Shorten Labor Government will invest an additional $100 million to support Indigenous students to succeed at school, and boost the number of Indigenous teachers.
This is part of Labor’s plan to help close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.
The Digital Age is transforming all aspects of our lives, broadening our horizons and creating limitless potential.
This transformation will affect everything - from how we communicate, educate, undertake commerce, even the way we seek medical treatment. It is changing the way we live,...
Labor will make a series of critical investments in services and programs that directly support women and children escaping family violence. Labor’s interim package will deliver more than $70 million over three years in targeted funding to ensure those suffering from family violence can access...
According the UNHCR, the number of displaced people fleeing from war, conflict or persecution is the highest number since World War II.
The forced displacement of persons around the globe is currently at unprecedented levels. By the close of 2014 an estimated 59.5 million...
Labor believes that long term mental health reform focused on delivering a more integrated, cross-sector and whole-of-government mental health care system must be a national priority but it requires national leadership.
A Shorten Labor Government will build on Labor’s strong legacy in mental health...
Labor will ensure a more even playing field for private litigants, so that small businesses and their industry representatives can better use existing legislation to prove the abuse of competition under Part IV of the Competition and Consumer Act.
Allowing judges in Federal Court...
A Shorten Labor Government will establish a National Redress Scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse.
The establishment a National Redress Scheme is a key recommendation of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and is a critical part of...
Setting the Agenda is the ALP's national plan for action on gender equality.