Abigail called on the Government to urgently increase funding across the domestic and family violence sector to support the incredible work that specialist frontline services do.
Today Abigail spoke about World Down Syndrome Day, and urged the Government to better support the rights and wellbeing of all people with down syndrome.
Today Abigail gave notice of a Greens Bill to change NSW's animal welfare laws to explicitly recognise that animals are sentient beings.
Today Abigail pushed for a Greens amendment which would have cracked down on air pollution standards - but the Government made it clear they do not support this as a priority...
Today in Parliament Abigail spoke about the amazing contributions of women and girls in STEM, and pushed for the Government to do better in breaking down barriers to opportunity, participation and equality.
Abigail spoke on the current state of gender equality in our community - we still have a long way to go.
Today Abigail spoke out against a bill which would have negative affects on the ability to discriminate in our society.
Today Abigail introduced a Greens Bill to establish an Independent Office of Animal Welfare to oversee the enforcement of animal welfare laws.
Expand our democracy - the Greens have just announced a bill to give 16 and 17 year olds in NSW the right to vote in State and local government elections.
Today Abigail paid tribute to Mr Dennis Anderson and his incredible work as a greyhound welfare advocate and national President of the Coalition for the Protection of Greyhounds.
The Greens NSW condemn the Perrottet government’s handling of industrial negotiations with train workers.
“Deaths and despair”: Premier’s failure to heed advice of aged care sector may have resulted in 100s of deaths
State’s budget risks unravelling with yet more revelations about TAHE’s questionable finances
Media Alert: Auditor-General’s scathing report reveals a Government unable to keep its books in order
Abigail raised the devastating Victorian egg farm fire with the Government and asked what they're doing to prevent similar tragedies in NSW.
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