• I'm Voting YES in Jagajaga
    At I'm Voting YES in Jagajaga, 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.
    18 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Scott Donnelly
  • BSL for YES
    At BSL we believe everyone should have a meaningful say over the issues their daily lives. Input from those directly impacted by decisions and policies results in 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.
    28 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Brotherhood of St. Laurence
  • HSU Victoria #4 for Yes
    At HSU Victoria #4, 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.
    9 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Medical Scientists Association of Victoria
  • MSAV for YES
    At the Medical Scientists Association of Victoria 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.
    5 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Medical Scientists Association of Victoria
  • Save Our Fire Rescue & State Emergency Services
    The little information that is available indicates that the Minister's proposed changes to the Fire Service Act will strip the State Fire Commission of all statutory authority, shifting some of it to the Department Secretary who is also the Commissioner of Police. Fire rescue and state emergency personnel have already felt the impacts of resources being stripped from TFS after the integration with DPFEM, which gave the Commissioner of Police influence over the fire service through their role as Secretary. We have grave concerns that these changes will see fewer resources available for TFES, which will prevent any sustained improvement to fire rescue and state emergency services. WHS systems provided by DPFEM are failing, with over a dozen notices issued for suspected contraventions of the WHS Act. Most of the fleet was found to be unroadworthy and a shortage of mechanics is leading to delays and vehicles breaking down. Training systems are chaotic and aren't delivering for the evolving needs of the fire rescue and state emergency services. Tasmanians already have some of the poorest emergency response statistics in Australia. The proposed changes will only make this worse, putting Tasmanian lives and property at further risk.
    1,364 of 2,000 Signatures
    Created by UFUA Tasmania
  • Don't let Parramatta Council cut your representation!
    At the June meeting of Council's Staff Consultative Committee meeting (the Award protected staff and management forum where important issues affecting workers such as workplace change, policy implementation, job redesign and training are discussed) a proposed change was endorsed to reduce the number of USU Representatives on the Committee. All USU Delegates and several other staff representatives voted against or abstained on the changes. However, management representatives, People and Culture and some others votes to endorse reducing the USU's voice at this important forum. Removing our professional, trained and supportive representatives from this forum will disadvantage all council workers, and add to the workloads of our USU Delegates. We ask all staff to urgently add their voice to this petition pushing Council's leadership to not approve the new Consultative Committee Constitution that would reduce our voice and ability to represent workers.
    1 of 100 Signatures
    Created by United Services Union (USU)
  • I'm voting Yes in Ballarat
    Standing up together to be heard by government is central to Ballarat's story. We know we believe that everyone should have a meaningful say in the issues that affect our communities. 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. We're voting YES because we know local communities have answers, not just politicians.
    32 of 100 Signatures
    Created by James Raynes
  • Justice for Melbourne Airport cleaners!
    Cleaners have had enough. They want IKON to come to the bargaining table now and start treating their workers with respect. But IKON is refusing to bargain. Sign the petition today to call for justice for Melbourne Airport cleaners! -Melbourne Airport cleaners employed by IKON
    66 of 100 Signatures
    Created by United Workers 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.
    2 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.
    24 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.
    6 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.
    2,556 of 3,000 Signatures
    Created by AEU Victoria