Forums will be occurring in several communities across NSW to demonstrate to all political parties that people in NSW want an incoming government to invest in building strong, sustainable and resilient communities.
Spiraling housing prices, limited land stock, rapid population growth, plus casual and short-term employment have contributed to housing stress and poor affordability for a large proportion of residents in the Central Coast– even those on average working wages.
Please join the Central Coast Community Council along with key speakers; Karen Walsh, CEO, Shelter NSW and Jemima Mowbray, Policy Officer, Tenants Union NSW to discuss solutions to the housing crisis.
There is a State election in March and now is the time for our community to come together and tell the candidates to put housing high on their agenda.
For information please contact:
(02) 4325 3695
Youth Action is the peak organisation representing young people and youth services in NSW. Our work helps build the capacity of young people, youth workers and youth services, and we advocate for positive change on issues affecting these groups.
We are hosting an event in Moruya and inviting schools and services local to the Bega electorate to participate in a one-day workshop focused on training your young people in advocacy skills, influencing change and pitching the change young people want to make to local decision makers. All candidates in the area have been invited to participate and young people will have the opportunity to share their thoughts and ideas with them.
We are looking for schools and services to bring a group of 5 – 10 young people along to the day. Transportation support can be made available upon request. Details as below:
On Thursday evening, 14th March 2019, nine days before the next NSW election, join 2500 leaders and citizens at Sydney Town Hall to stand together for the common good. Together we will be seeking clear, concrete commitments on affordable housing, household energy and rental reform. State and Federal politicians are seeking your vote.