Tim Galli signed No TAFE takeover 2016-02-05 07:55:49 +1000Privatization will mean lower standards of education, as money rules.1,622 signatures
We are calling on Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Minister for Skills and Training Yvette D'Ath to oppose the Turnbull government’s plans to takeover TAFE and open the doors to private providers rushing in to profit off students seeking vocational education.
See the leaked plan here.
Last year when Queenslanders voted for change, they voted against cuts, privatisation of their public services and assets – including TAFE. The Palaszczuk government has taken important steps to reverse the attacks on the sector under the Newman government and should be commended for their efforts to put students and workers ahead of the wholesale privatisation of the sector envisaged by the LNP and their big business backers.
Add your name today and join with the Queenslanders calling for a better public TAFE not the dismantling of the sector through cuts, privatisation and fee hikes.
Tim Galli answered 2013-11-14 17:51:35 +1000Q: What message do you think will help us change the conversation for judicial independence in Queensland?
A: Focus on how Campbell Newman's government is giving itself greater powers.
Thousands of Queenslanders have stepped up already in support of judicial independence against Campbell Newman's political attacks by signing our Change.org petition.
We know there is more to do to change the conversation in Queensland and to demonstrate to politicians that further power grabs undermine the Queensland so many people have worked so hard to build.
We know we need to do more to grow our campaign and to get the message out there. That's why we're asking supporters like you, people who have stepped up before, to do it again by sharing your ideas for the tactics we should take next.
Thank you in advance for having your say and growing our movement for a better Queensland, for standing for judicial independence not shortsighted political attacks.
You've done it before, now you can help determine the next steps, answer YES or NO on the first question below to start the brief four question survey.
We'll be in touch soon with the results and what we can do to grow our voice for judicial independence in Queensland.