Because of you - Queensland is a step closer to a charter of rights in Queensland.

It's great news, over the weekend the Queensland Labor Party met and voted on changes to the party's platform - this included a position to implement charter of rights for Queensland. You can see the news here. 

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Make Poverty History and Micah coalitions have joined forces to create an amazing organisation called Campaign for Australian Aid. Their work involves highlighting the importance our foreign aid has on communities living in poverty right across the world.

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It's nearly May and we know that in the next few days the Prime Minister will call a federal election for Saturday 2 July. Here are a few updates.

Labour Day is back in May!

Queensland has a proud history when it comes to Labour Day. The first Queensland Labour Day march was held in 125 years ago in May in Barcaldine after wool shearers in Hughenden downed their tools, organised and fought for better conditions.

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We have some exciting news to share - we are now getting close to establishing a Bill of Rights in Queensland and everyone is talking about it!

Due to the work of thousands of Queenslanders like you who put pressure on state politicians, this week a Queensland parliamentary committee began listening to evidence from experts on how Queenslanders should model our Bill of Rights.

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How is it already April? The year is flying past! This week we saw some big movements on issues we care about like the Great Barrier Reef and health funding. We know that the next couple of weeks are going to be big for the future of Queensland so we put together this update for you. 

Our Reef, Our Climate

Our beautiful Great Barrier Reef has been all over the media for the last couple of weeks but for all the wrong reasons

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Throughout workplaces and communities supporters like you speak up, take action and make change happen.

We’ve just ticked over on the one year anniversary of the last Queensland election, an election where union members like you made change happen and changed how politics is done.

That was an amazing effort driven by union members and supporters who refused to accept the job cuts, below inflation pay and privatisation under Campbell Newman’s LNP. You talked, planned, doorknocked and voted to send a message and won.

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