Please let Labor for Refugees NSW know when your branch/FEC passes our motion for the 2018 Conference!
We’re starting to list on the website the branches and FECs that have endorsed our motion for National Conference in December. Please let us know when you do so our list can be complete!
REFUGEE MOTION FOR BRANCHES
Please support and send this motion to Labor’s leadership between now and our 2018
National Conference which takes place in December.
“That …………………. Branch/FEC calls on an incoming Labor Government to end all offshore
detention and transfer all refugees and people seeking asylum to either New Zealand, the
US, a safe third country that the refugee or person seeking asylum accepts, or bring them to
Australia. Any refugee that is suffering physical or mental health problems as a result of their
detention should be brought to Australia for care and treatment within the first 100 days of a
That this Branch further calls on an incoming Labor Government to action 2015 National
Conference Policy and within the first 100 days of government, initiate with the UNHCR the
processing of refugees and asylum seekers in Indonesia so that those who are refugees
may be safely settled in Australia or a third country.”
Send this motion to your FEC, the Shadow Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
Shayne Neumann at Shayne.Neumann.MP@aph.gov.au and your electorate’s delegate(s) to National Conference, with a copy to the Leader of the
Opposition Bill Shorten at Bill.Shorten.MP@aph.gov.au
The following branches have passed this motion: And the following FECS:
Blue Mountains Grayndler, Wentworth
Double Bay/Bellevue Hill
New Town (Tasmania)
Labor for Refugees made a submission to the National Policy Forum which is considering changes to Labor’s National Platform prior to the 2018 National Conference. Subsequently, a draft was issued by the NPF and members were invited to make comments and further submissions.
Labor for Refugees has now made the following further submissions to the National Policy Forum. Our November 2017 amendments appear in red font and the more recent ones are in blue font.