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Has 2020 taught us anything?

This wasn't the 2020 most of us had imagined. First we endured the devastating climate-bushfires and now COVID-19 has knocked us sideways and shut down the global economy. But for many people, things haven’t been easy for a very long time.

Before the pandemic, we were staring down the climate crisis and supercharged economic inequality. The fact is, the major parties’ don’t have a plan that addresses these crises – they support ongoing fossil fuel projects and continue to put their corporate donors before the rest of us.

Now more than ever, politics needs a shake-up. We need a plan that will get us out of the COVID-19 jobs and economic crisis while addressing the climate emergency at the same time. It’s not just possible, it’s essential.

Facilitated by Greens SA Party Director Dominic Mugavin.

About Ellen Sandell
Ellen Sandell is the Greens state MP for the seat of Melbourne. She was the first Greens MP ever elected to the lower house of the Victorian Parliament in 2014. Before becoming an MP, Ellen was the CEO of a the Australian Youth Climate Coalition and has also worked in the Department of Premier and Cabinet, developing climate plans.

About Barbara Pocock
Barbara Pocock has been selected by members of The Greens SA to be our lead Senate candidate at the next federal election. Barbara is both an activist and an academic, working on campaigns for women's rights and against a nuclear waste dump in SA. She also set-up and led the Centre for Work + Life at UniSA. In 2010 she was awarded an AM for services to industrial relations and social justice.

25th November, 2020 5:00 PM   through   6:30 PM
Online via Zoom
SA 5000
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