The new social security hedosphia is a very important topic, and I think it’s very important to have an informed conversation with the wider public and the wider community about the issues and the issues facing our society.
It’s very easy for the politicians to say, “Oh, I’ll do it on my own”.
That’s not how you build trust and support.
So, I’m hoping that by sharing this new information and making the case that this is a really good idea, that we can get more people engaged and that the discussion can happen, that the policy can get passed.
That is one of the goals of this campaign.
The other is to get the government to support it.
It needs to be a matter of getting more people involved.
That’s a real goal.
One of the things we’ve learnt in the campaign is that people don’t just like talking about it, they want to be heard and they want their voice heard.
I think this campaign really is about getting the government involved.
It really is.
I’m hopeful that this campaign will have an impact.
The Government has made some great steps to support this policy, such as the $4.5 billion investment into the National Health Insurance Scheme.
But we’re also investing in education and mental health.
We’re investing in childcare and disability and job opportunities and support for Indigenous Australians, and we’re investing more into research into health and social care, and the government is also investing into disability support for those with disabilities.
So I’m very hopeful that there will be some great changes made to this policy.
It is an important topic and it needs to have a real voice.
And it is also important to be engaged with the community.
I know that I’m doing my part to make sure that we’re listening and that we are talking to the people who need to be talking to us about this.
If we don’t make a real difference, then there will always be a real problem.
We’ll never get there.
This is a great opportunity to make a difference.
But, as a former MP, I know what it takes to make that difference.
And I also know what happens when people do not talk about it.
I’ve worked with young people, for example, in the community and in my electorate.
I also had my own experiences as an MP.
I saw how difficult it was for some people to talk about these issues.
But the thing is, that doesn’t mean that we should not do anything about it in the short term.
We need to address this right now.
I will tell you that the government has listened to our concerns, we have made progress.
But I’m also convinced that we have a very big opportunity to work with people across the country.
We’ve got to be very creative, and that is the biggest challenge.
We have a lot of work to do, and if we can do that, we can have a great impact in the long term.
I hope that the people of Queensland and Victoria and Tasmania and South Australia will be a part of that conversation.
If you’ve got any questions about this campaign, contact your local branch.