• I'm voting Yes with HACSU!
    At HACSU, we believe that everyone should have a say in the issues that affect our communities. We know that when we take advice from other people with different perspectives, we can often find better solutions. Australians will all benefit from hearing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and sharing in First Nations contributions to our national identity.
    15 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Health & Community Services Union
  • I'm voting Yes with Moonee Ponds
    In Moonee Ponds, we believe that everyone should have a say in the issues that affect our communities. We know that when we take advice from other people with different perspectives, we can often find better solutions. Australians will all benefit from hearing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and sharing in First Nations contributions to our national identity.
    1 of 100 Signatures
    Created by We Are Union
  • I'm voting Yes with Preston
    In Preston, we believe that everyone should have a say in the issues that affect our communities. We know that when we take advice from other people with different perspectives, we can often find better solutions. Australians will all benefit from hearing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and sharing in First Nations contributions to our national identity.
    1 of 100 Signatures
    Created by We Are Union
  • I'm voting Yes with Wills & Cooper
    In Wills and Cooper, we believe that everyone should have a say in the issues that affect our communities. We know that when we take advice from other people with different perspectives, we can often find better solutions. Australians will all benefit from hearing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and sharing in First Nations contributions to our national identity.
    1 of 100 Signatures
    Created by We Are Union
  • City of Knox: don’t abandon our kindergartens!
    If Knox Council abandons kindergarten programs, it would mean that the families of 3- and 4-year-old children in the Knox area would no longer be able access Knox Council-delivered free kindergarten programs. Currently the Council delivers high-quality play-based early childhood education. We know that children benefit from local kindergarten services that reflect the context and makeup of the local community. Families rightly expect their local council to provide kindergarten programs as part of the services they deliver. Why should the children of Knox miss out? Sign and share the petition with others so they can tell Knox Council that all local children deserve high-quality kindergarten education provided by their local council.
    843 of 1,000 Signatures
    Created by AEU Victoria
  • Protect Workcover for all Workers
    Why is this important? These changes to WorkCover are designed to make it more difficult for injured workers to claim compensation, and that is unacceptable. The Government must listen to injured workers - not accountants - to make WorkCover work for everyone.
    2 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Chloe Gaul Picture
  • A WorkCover that works for everyone!
    Without a proper workers compensation scheme, injured workers will be forced into poverty and their injuries will get worse. Sign this petition to urge the Government to listen to injured workers and reform WorkCover so it works for everybody.
    59 of 100 Signatures
    Created by OHS Reps
  • I'm voting Yes with citizens of Greater Footscray
    At citizens of Greater Footscray, we believe that everyone should have a say in the issues that affect our communities. We know that when we take advice from other people with different perspectives, we can often find better solutions. Australians will all benefit from hearing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and sharing in First Nations contributions to our national identity.
    3 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Claire Watson
  • End sham consultation to forcibly amalgamate Tasmanian councils
    The Government's plan to forcibly amalgamate councils and centralise services is causing chaos in Tasmanian Councils. I have a big stake in the Future of Local Government Review. I have not been adequately consulted on changes that could impact on the way I live and work and the services I rely on. Just nine face-to-face sessions gathering feedback on the impact of amalgamation scenarios are being offered and only to Mayors, Councillors and Employees. There are no confirmed details from the Government’s Board about consultation with communities, other than an indication that there may be a Public Hearing in each of the 9 catchments before the final report is due to the Minister in October. Mega Councils are being proposed in each catchment that would see Tasmanian Councils reduced to just 9. To add to the complexity, dozens of other amalgamation and shared servicing proposals have been tabled. Towns and council areas are being cut and chopped, even split in half. The support for workers to attend the scheduled sessions has been varied. All workers should be able to attend relevant catchment meeting(s) in paid time given the risks this poses to job security, employment conditions, starting locations and more. The Minister must intervene and ensure consultation occurs in every Tasmanian Council area, with workers and with communities.
    152 of 200 Signatures
    Created by ASU Victoria & Tasmania
  • I'm voting Yes to a First Nations Voice with the Western suburbs
    At 'Unions for Yes' Western suburbs, we believe that everyone should have a say in the issues that affect our communities. We know that when we take advice from other people with different perspectives, we can often find better solutions. Australians will all benefit from hearing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and sharing in First Nations contributions to our national identity.
    7 of 100 Signatures
    Created by We Are Union
  • I'm voting Yes with the Geelong Region
    At Geelong Region, we believe that everyone should have a say in the issues that affect our communities. We know that when we take advice from other people with different perspectives, we can often find better solutions. Australians will all benefit from hearing the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and sharing in First Nations contributions to our national identity.
    1 of 100 Signatures
    Created by We Are Union
  • Minister Danny Pearson, stand up for WorkCover!
    These changes to WorkCover are designed to make it more difficult for injured workers to claim compensation, and that is unacceptable. The Government must listen to injured workers - not accountants - to make WorkCover work for everyone.
    588 of 600 Signatures
    Created by Imogen Sturni