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  • Printed and authorised by Senator Richard Di Natale, Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600. Page 1 of 2 > DANGEROUS PILLS CAUSE ENORM OUS HARM Over 10% of the population have used ecstasy and 9% have used cocaine at least once in their lives. In the past 12 months, 2.2% of Australians have used ecstasy and 2.5% have used cocaine. These statistics show that, despite these drugs being illegal, Australians still choose to use them. The reality of this choice is that millions of Australians - primarily young people - are buying pills with little to no information about what is in them or what their pills will do to them. Interviews with people who regularly use ecstasy and related drugs show that, aside from death, people experience a range of other harms including: non-fatal stimulant overdose and non-fatal depressant overdose 1 . Countries all around the world, including the Netherlands, Portugal and Austria, are realising that, when people are exposed to dangerous pills without complementary approaches aimed at reducing harm (such as pill testing), they are putting themselves at risk of death, non-fatal stimulant overdose and non-fatal depressant overdose. Where pill testing has been trialled and implemented overseas, in the community or at festivals, it helps reduce the harms caused by pills by: 1 Peacock, A., Gibbs, D., Karlsson, A., Uporova, J., Sutherland, R., Bruno, R., Dietze, P., Lenton, S., Alati, R., Degenhardt, L., & Farrell, M. (2018). Australian Drug Trends 2018. Key findings from the National Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS) Interviews. Sydney, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW Australia. ∞ Helping people understand what they are taking ∞ Connecting people who would otherwise be unlikely to us e health services with services at which they can di scuss their drug use or health issues ∞ Linking people in with health services that are non-judgemental and are able to talk about their drug use ∞
    Date: 09/11/2018 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/6321587 - Source: AUSTRALIAN GREENS - Author: Australian Greens

  • Labor is cracking down on a loophole that gives tax refunds to people who have a lot of wealth but don’t pay any income tax. This loophole will soon cost $8 billion a year - more than we spend on public schools, or child care. It’s three times what we
    Date: 05/11/2018 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/6314160 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • Build a stronger economy that works for all alp.org.au/labors-fair-go-action-plan/build-a-stronger-economy-that-works-for-us-all Build job-creating infrastructure for our suburbs and regions Expand our public transport network - including the Cross River Rail project in Brisbane, the Western Metro in Sydney, connecting the Western Sydney Airport to the rail network from the day it opens,
    Date: 09/10/2018 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/6259633 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • Invest in cleaner, cheaper energy alp.org.au/labors-fair-go-action-plan/invest-in-cleaner-cheaper-energy Deliver cheaper, cleaner energy for our future Skyrocketing power prices and climate change deserve serious answers, and a serious plan. Labor has offered to work on a bi-partisan position on energy, but the Liberals and Nationals are so divided they can’t agree on a
    Date: 09/10/2018 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/6259630 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • Stand up for workers alp.org.au/labors-fair-go-action-plan/stand-up-for-workers Better paid and protected jobs Labor will always stand up for the pay and conditions of workers. Restore penalty rates - to deliver fair pay for up to 700,000 retail and hospitality workers. Crack down on dodgy labour hire - ensuring labour hire companies must
    Date: 09/10/2018 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/6259628 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • Ease pressure on family budgets alp.org.au/labors-fair-go-action-plan/ease-pressure-on-family-budgets Give workers a break to ease pressure on household budgets We know middle class and working Australians feel like the economy isn’t working for them. The cost of living keeps going up, and wages just aren’t keeping up. Give workers a tax break -
    Date: 09/10/2018 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/6259627 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • Fix our schools and hospitals alp.org.au/labors-fair-go-action-plan/fix-our-schools-and-hospitals Quality health care for every Australian when and where they need it Your health care should depend on your Medicare card, not your credit card. Labor created Medicare and we will always protect it. Invest in more beds, doctors and nurses - to cut
    Date: 09/10/2018 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/6259625 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • AUTHORISED BY N. CARROLL, AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY, CANBERRA 1 Welcome to the Consultation Draft o *(*>*****}*Ã¥*[*ê*E***ö*]*}*v***o*W*o***ö*(*}*Ã¥*u This consultation d*Ã¥***(*ö**}*(*>*****}*Ã¥*[*ê*E***ö*]*}*v***o*W*o***ö*(*}*Ã¥*u**]*ê******]*v*P**Ã¥***o*****ê******]*v**ö*Z****o********µ*â**ö*}**ö*Z****ï·¿*Ù th ALP National Conference, which will be held in Adelaide in July 2018. The consultation draf*ö**]*ê**ö*Z****¡*}*Ã¥*l**}*(*>*****}*Ã¥*[*ê*E***ö*]*}*v***o*W*}*o*]***«*&*}*Ã¥*µ*u*U**¡*Z*]***Z**}*¿***Ã¥**ö*Z****â***ê*ö**Ì*Ó* months has engaged more than 3,000 Party members in the Platform Development process through workshops,
    Date: 01/04/2018 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/6148615 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP - CARROLL, Noah

  • NATIONAL SCHOOLS FORUM MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY 20 NOVEMBER 2017 MESSAGE Labor believes that every child in every school deserves a world-class education. Australian schools are great schools. Our principals and teachers work tirelessly to see that students reach their potential, and parents and communities play a crucial role in supporting them.
    Date: 20/11/2017 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/5650034 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP - SHORTEN, Bill,...

  • 1 Australians want a fair society, and that requires a fair tax system - one that promotes equality of opportunity, rewards hard work, and drives productive investments in the future of our country. The vast majority of Australians are pay-as-you-go (PAYG) taxpayers, making a few modest deductions come tax time.
    Date: 30/07/2017 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/5445589 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • LABOR’S PLAN TO REPLACE TEMPORARY WORKERS WITH SKILLED AUSTRALIANS In Australia today, with underemployment at record highs and young people across the country struggling to find work, it is only fair that Australians get the first crack at local jobs. Yet unfortunately, too many employers are turning to temporary work
    Date: 03/05/2017 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/5777366 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • The Charter and Constitution of the Australian Greens Page 1 of 20 The Charter and Constitution of the Australian Greens May 2017 Charter ....................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Basis of The Charter .............................................................................................................................................. 3 Ecology .................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Democracy............................................................................................................................................................. 3 Social Justice ......................................................................................................................................................... 3 Peace .................................................................................................................................................................... 3 An Ecologically Sustainable Economy .................................................................................................................... 4 Meaningful
    Date: 01/05/2017 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/5524387 - Source: AUSTRALIAN GREENS - Author: Australian Greens

  • YOUR CHILD. OUR FUTURE. Turning STEM Graduates Into Teacher s A Shor ten Labor Gover nmen t will set a cle ar target that by 2020, all secondary Sci ence, Technology, Engine er in g an d Maths (STEM) teac hers sho uld be qualified in thei r disci pline.
    Date: 12/03/2017 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/5418568 - Source: ALP - Author: ALP

  • Australian Conservatives - Party Constitution pandora.nla.gov.au /pan/159470/20170214-1147/www.conservatives.org.au/party_constitution.html 1. NAME 1.1 The name of the organisation shall be Australian Conservatives. 1.2 All members and subordinate bodies of Australian Conservatives are bound by this Constitution. 1.3 No separate constitution may be adopted, unless required by law, by any subordinate body. If so,
    Date: 07/02/2017 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/5524374 - Source: AUSTRALIAN CONSERVATIVES - Author: Australian Conservat...

  • Better Budgeting Discussion Paper Issued by Jim Chalmers MP Shadow Minister for Finance 3 February 2017 2 Better Budgeting Better, more transparent and more forward-looking budgeting will lead to better, more transparent and forward-looking policy decisions in Australia’s best interests. This Discussion Paper aims to spark and continue deeper conversations
    Date: 03/02/2017 - Collection: Library - ID: library/partypol/5077098 - Source: ALP - Author: CHALMERS, Jim, MP

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