An inquiry into the rape allegation against the AG and women’s safety in Parliament House

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Eric Dettman
9 hours ago
Changes are needed

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Arson Corey
2 days ago
Fuck the government

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Helen Hardess
4 days ago
Please treat this petition as a matter of urgency requiring your full attention. Women workers in Parliament House should be safe and respected.

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Steve Wheatley
5 days ago
This must follow due protocols... it's as simple as that.

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Carmen Hopson
1 week ago
In signing because I’m tired of those in power protecting their mates. Why are taxpayers paying for abhorrent behaviour. All those in power have been given the privilege of changing society for the good of all.
Absolutely, innocent until proven guilty, however do not dismiss the complainant with trite, insulting remarks.

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Gillian Schroeter
1 week ago
Rape is never OK

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Cory Burke
1 week ago
Scott Morrison is a sociopath.

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Martin Olson
1 week ago
This needs to change.

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Julie McCartin
1 week ago
Issues unique to women have been ignored/given little respect or attention by successive Governments for years. Women do not get a fair go under this Government. Today’s child care reform budget announcement is inadequate in helping single mothers with one child - they need to work too and should be given more support to be able to do so - arguably they should be given much more support than a two parent family earning $500k; Howard Government’s changes to family law and child support in 2006 disadvantaged mothers in favour of fathers - this needs to be fully remedied; our sexual abuse laws require reform to better protect women, including a uniform law that addresses the definition of ‘consent’; and in regards to workplace relations, reform is needed to reduce the gender pay gap, improve superannuation outcomes for women, and prevent workplace discrimination and sexual harassment. Canberra needs to address its unconscious bias and make Australia a fair and equitable nation for all genders.

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Therese Collins
1 week ago
I'm signing because it's time to respect women as equals , not as someone's property and lesser human beings