Abigail spoke in Parliament about the urgent need to support a National Autism Strategy, in light of World Autism Awareness Day.
Today, Abigail spoke in support of a motion on the concerning effects of concert provisions on our implied freedom of political communication.
Today Abigail questioned the Disability Minister about iVote being scrapped, and asked what the Government is doing to ensure blind and low vision voters can vote in the next State election.
Tonight Abigail gave an impassioned speech about the role of Budgets in our democracy, in light of the Federal Budget being recently released.
Abigail spoke in Parliament about the LNP Government's continued failure to protect communities affected by climate change induced flooding.
Abigail spoke in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and called on the NSW Government to condemn Putin's military aggression.
Today Abigail spoke in further support of the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2021, which she is a proud co-sponsor of.
Abigail spoke about the disproportionate barriers that women living with HIV face compared to men, in regards to medical settings as well as in the community.
Abigail spoke about World Aids Day and the need for direct Government action to break down barriers that people with HIV/AIDS face every day.
Abigail spoke about World Braille Day and the importance of increased education and awareness about braille and the people in our community who use it.
Today Abigail spoke on the important issue of women's health in light of Endometriosis Awareness Month.
Today Abigail spoke on the need to stand in solidarity with the movement to boycott, divest and sanction the Israeli Government.
Abigail supported a Greens motion which recognised the recent IPCC report's urgent call for action - it's clear the Government must act NOW to save our planet and future.
Today Abigail spoke in support of instating a long overdue Parliamentary Complaints Officer, which will need further oversight and scrutiny to ensure complaints are being properly responded to.
WDVCAS provide essential services to victim-survivors, and yet they currently receive nowhere near enough funding that they deserve and need. Abigail called on the Government to commit to increased funding.
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