“What can I do?”
With the Queensland state election coming up on Saturday 25 November, Pro Choice Queensland and our #itsnot1899 campaign supporters are focussed on trying to maximise the number of pro-choice candidates elected to parliament.
Following us on facebook, twitter or instagram is the easiest way to keep up to date with these and other actions and events that are happening as part of the campaign. You can also sign up to our mailing list below, if email’s more your thing.
Campaign actions and events
Some of our supporter groups are activist-based and are running their own campaigns, actions and events on this issue too – and not all of them are specific to Brisbane. To check them out or find out how to get involved, follow:
- Women’s Abortion Rights Campaign Brisbane on facebook;
- Fair Agenda on facebook or twitter;
- Young Queenslanders For The Right To Choose on facebook or at their blog;
- Pro Choice Cairns on facebook.
Sign on as an #itsnot1899 campaign supporter
Our #itsnot1899 campaign is supported by over 60 legal, medical and community organisations and peak bodies, all calling for the decriminalisation of abortion in Queensland. If you’d like to add your organisation’s voice to the chorus, get in touch – we’d love to hear from you.
Where does my MP stand?
Most MPs are reluctant to discuss their position on abortion, so we don’t know how a lot of them are going to vote when the issue comes before them next term of parliament.
#itsnot1899 campaign supporter has been asking MPs and candidates to sign on to a pro-choice pledge ahead of the election. Results are available on their website so check your electorate today for which candidates have publicly committed to decriminalising abortion in the next term of parliament!
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