Election Forum Opportunity

10 Jun 2016 10:43 AM | Anonymous

What would you ask the lead early childhood spokespeople of the key parties contesting the election?

We want the people working at the heart of early learning – people like you – the chance to hear first-hand from the decision-makers that will determine the future of early learning in Australia.

The Early Learning: Everyone Benefits campaign and Early Childhood Australia have organised an election forum with representatives from all the key parties, dedicated to talking about the future of early learning in Australia. 

For the first time, we'll be livestreaming this event on Facebook so that all educators, all parents, all people across the country can watch and ask questions live. 

From 6.30pm Eastern Time on Monday 20 June we’re livestreaming the National Early Childhood Federal Election forum on our Facebook page. Add your name and we'll send you a link to watch it 

With only a few weeks until Australians go to the polls, we are determined to keep early learning on the election agenda. We’ll have Labor’s Kate Ellis, a representative from the Liberal Party, the Greens’ Sarah Hanson-Young, and Skye Kakoschke-Moore from the Nick Xenephon Team to explain their party’s position on participation, the NQF, universal access, and much more.

This is your opportunity to engage with the leaders responsible for early childhood policy who are campaigning for our votes. 

Let's get a conversation happening on early learning. Add your name and say you'll watch the livestream.

We hope to see you there,

Carolin Wenzel
Early Learning: Everyone Benefits Campaign



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