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Human Rights Commission

A Tasmanian Charter of Human Rights

Policies - The Tasmanian Greens support a Charter of Human Rights for Tasmania, which would ensure legislation must be Human...

Cassy O'Connor MP - 1 Feb 2018

Budget Reply Speech

Parliamentary Activity - Cassy O'Connor delivers a budget reply speech for the 2019-20 state Budget, and speaks to alternative policies in the Greens' Alternative Budget.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 29 May 2019

Clarence City Council - Proposed Disallowance of Public Place By-laws

Parliamentary Activity - This is a by-law of Clarence Council that was brought to our attention by members of the Clarence community, particularly a number of groups that have been very active in that community, speaking about development issues, public open space...

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 26 Sep 2018

2018-19 Budget Reply

Parliamentary Activity - I am honoured to speak to the Greens' vision for Tasmania and our alternative budget, which the Leader of the Tasmanian Greens, Cassy O'Connor, presented earlier today.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 20 Jun 2018

2018-19 Budget Reply

Parliamentary Activity - A state budget is about so much more than the bottom line. It is a statement of values that shapes the direction of a place and its people over the term of a government and beyond.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 20 Jun 2018

Support for Equality in Sport

Parliamentary Activity - The 2014 worldwide 'Out on the Fields' study, found that 78% of respondents believed being openly lesbian, gay or bisexual as a sports fan at an event would not be safe.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 7 Apr 2016

More Schools Should Be Safe Schools

Media Release - The federal government's attack on the Safe Schools Coalition is threatening the safety of young LGBTI people in Tasmania.

Andrea Dawkins - 24 Feb 2016

Arrogant Harriss Must Withdraw Anti-Protest Bill

Media Release - The Resources Minister, Paul Harriss, must drop his arrogant blustering and withdraw his undemocratic Workplaces (Protection from Protestors) Bill 2014 in light of the UN Human Rights Commission’s damning critique.

Kim Booth - 10 Sep 2014