Hon Judi Moylan

Entries for October 2008

NATIONAL RENTAL AFFORDABILITY SCHEME (CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS) BILL 2008 second reading

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (5.22 p.m.)—I rise to speak on the National Rental Affordability Scheme Bill 2008 and the National Rental Affordability Scheme (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2008. I think that I would like to start with a quote from Julian Disney from the University of New South ... ... (20-Oct)

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS- Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

There are many dreadful human rights abuses in the world, and the previous motion by the member for Sturt gave us a glimpse of the terrible trade in children for the purposes of the cocoa industry. Amongst some of the worst human rights abuses in the world are those hideous human righ... ... (19-Oct)

Adjournment- Poverty

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (12.40 p.m.)—In an article in Time magazine in 2005, Jeffrey D Sachs wrote an article entitled ‘The End of Poverty’. It is a powerful word portrait of the scourge of extreme poverty, but it is hopeful. Sachs said: “The task of ending extreme poverty is a collect... ... (15-Oct)

Kokoda Track Campaign

Debate resumed, on motion by Mrs Moylan: That the House: (1) recognises the importance of the Kokoda Track campaign in Word War II in stopping the overland Japanese advance to Port Moresby, which would have given the enemy a beachhead into Australia; (2) acknowledges the courage, e... ... (12-Oct)

Standing Committee Family, Community, Housing and Youth report into volunteering

Mrs MOYLAN (Pearce) (8.46 pm)—I rise to support the report of the Standing Committee Family, Community, Housing and Youth into community and welfare volunteering arising from the recent roundtable. Volunteering and its diversity are the heart and soul of the Australian community. I... ... (12-Oct)

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