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50    Notices

Senators Farrell and Brown: To move on the next day of sitting—That the Senate—

                 (a)       notes that the Special Olympics is a global movement that focuses on the importance of social inclusion and the need for more support for people living with disability;

                 (b)       records its congratulations for the 106 athletes who represented Australia at the Special Olympics held in Abu Dhabi from 8 to 21 March 2019;

                 (c)       notes that the Australian team won 42 gold medals, 44 silver medals, 55 bronze medals, and a further 42 awards for placing 4-8 in Olympic events;

                 (d)       thanks the many families, trainers, supporters and sponsors of the Australian Special Olympics team; and

                 (e)       notes that Special Olympics Australia has been operating for more than 40 years, promoting positive community attitudes towards disability, sport for all Australians and providing people with intellectual disability with opportunities to take part in a range of sports at various levels of competition all year round. ( general business notice of motion no. 1474 )

Senator McKim : To move on 30 May 2019—That the Migration (Fast Track Applicant Class - Temporary Protection and Safe Haven Enterprise Visas) Instrument 2019, made under the Migration Act 1958 , be disallowed [F2019L00506].