Our area has had the same representation for 90 years, and it’s time to ask - ‘who is being represented?’
Is it the families struggling to afford healthcare? The student skipping meals to pay for uni? The woman left homeless and in need? Or is it big business and the developers dividing our communities for a profit?
It’s time we stood up and said enough is enough.
The Greens are fighting for a future for all of us. One where education is a basic human right and homes are affordable, where income support pays for our needs and where health and community services are accessible and available.
Come along on September 9 to hear from Steph Hodgins-May, Richard Di Natale, Ogy Simic (candidate for Albert Park) and our community organiser David about how we can create real, long-lasting change.
Our electorate is one of the most marginal in the country. It will be key to our national Greens’ plan, helping us transform our nation for the better. So, will you join us and stand up for change?
A note on accessibility: St Kilda Bowls Club is fully wheelchair accessible and we welcome volunteers of all abilities, diversity of genders, sexual identities, racial backgrounds, cultures, languages and experiences to join and get involved.
We acknowledge that these events take place on the land of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, that sovereignty was never ceded and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.