Wednesday, June 2, 2010
The Act to End Poverty is moved through the House of Representatives
The Act to End Poverty is moved through the House of Representatives from Peter Willis on Vimeo.
At 9:15pm, Monday the 31st of May, the Act to End Poverty was moved through the House of Representatives.
Maria Vamvakinou (MP for Calwell), Greg Hunt (Shadow Minister for Climate Action and MP for Flinders) and Mike Symon (MP for Ringwood) spoke.
The Act to End Poverty united 50,000 Australians over the course of the MAKE POVERTY HISTORY Roadtrip campaign. Now it has been endorsed by both parties, in both Houses of Parliament.
More information can be found at: acttoendpoverty.com.au as well as http://theoaktree.org/blog/2010/06/02/make-poverty-history-roadtrip-our-impact/
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