Wills candidates Forum on Climate and Sustainability #ausvotes19 #willsvotes

April 11, 2019 at 6:39 pm 1 comment

2019 Wills votes Climate Forum

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has visited the Governor General and called the Federal election for Saturday May 18. This is widely seen as a climate election, with environmental issues and addressing the climate crisis up there with health, education and taxation.

Climate Action Moreland will be holding a meet the Candidates forum at Merlynston Progress Hall on Monday April 29, 2019. Register at Eventbright or Facebook.

Wills Candidates (Ballot order)

– Chris Miles (Animal Justice)
– Sue Bolton (Victorian Socialists)
– Peter Killin (Liberal)
– Adam Pulford (Greens)
– Manju Venkat (United Australia)
– Peter Khalil MP (Labor)

Meet the Candidate Forums

23 April – Brunswick Uniting Church Refugee Forum

Candidates at the Refugee forum

Tuesday 23 April 6 PM – 7:45 PM – Wills Climate Forum hosted by Northsiders with Refugees
Brunswick Uniting Church, Sydney Road Brunswick – Facebook Event

Watch the candidate responses to the audience question on the Climate Crisis and Refugees:
The question was answered by Adam Pulford, Manju Venkataswamappa, Sue Bolton and Peter Khalil, in that order.

29 April – Merlynston Progress Hall Climate Forum

Monday 29 April 6.30pm for 7pm start – 8.30pm – Climate Action Moreland Forum on climate and sustainability
1 Novian Street, Coburg, Victoria, Australia – Register at Eventbright or Facebook.

Candidates (Ballot order) Presence at forum

– Chris Miles (Animal Justice) – confirmed
– Sue Bolton (Victorian Socialists) – confirmed
– Peter Killin (Liberal) – Apology
– Adam Pulford (Greens) – confirmed
– Manju Venkat (United Australia) – Apology – see statement
– Peter Khalil (Labor) – Confirmed

Watch the Full climate forum (one and a half hours)

30 April – Coburg Town Hall

Residents may also like to attend Wills MP Peter Khalil’s Town Hall meeting to ask questions on issues of importance regarding climate action and his actions on climate in parliament:
Tuesday April 30, 6pm-8pm – Wills Election Town Hall with Peter Khalil – Facebook Event
90 Bell Street, Coburg, Victoria, Australia 3058

6 May Brunswick Town Hall on multicultural policy

Monday 6th May 6pm-8pm – Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria Forum on multicultural policy platform with Peter Khalil (Labor), Adam Pulford (Greens) and Senator Scott Ryan (Liberal)
Eventbrite: Register to attend

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