Letter in support of US delegation re: Julian Assange

Kylea has co-signed a letter in support of the Australian parliamentary delegation that is travelling to the United States to advocate for Julian Assange's release.

You can read the letter here.

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Joint crossbench letter on whistleblowers and David McBride

Kylea has signed a joint crossbench letter to Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus calling for stronger whistleblower protections, and a full pardon for David McBride.

Read the letter here.

Submission to the Senate Inquiry on Aircraft Noise

Kylea has made a submission to the Senate Inquiry on Aircraft Noise showing that aircraft noise is not being distributed in accordance with Sydney Airport's Long-Term Operating Plan. This has resulted in disproportionate noise pollution in the North Sydney Electorate. Noise sharing procedures can and should be implemented urgently.

Read Kylea's submission here and supporting report here.

Joint letter to the Prime Minister re: Violence against women

Kylea has signed a joint letter to Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, calling for urgent, coordinated action on gender-based violence.

Read the letter here.

Joint letter to Minister Plibersek re: Environmental reforms

Kylea has signed a joint letter to Tanya Plibersek, Minister for the Environment and Water, urging the Federal Government to fulfill its promise of delivering a complete package of environmental reforms during this parliamentary term. The letter comes amid reports that the government is considering delaying and splitting the package of reforms.

Read the letter here.

Inquiry into Australia’s transition to electric vehicles

Kylea has made a submission to the Parliamentary Committee on Climate Change, Energy environment and Water calling for a holistic and coordinated approach to Australia's EV transition.

Read the letter here.

Joint letter to the Immigration Minister re: Fast Track system

Kylea has signed a joint letter to Immigration Minister Andrew Giles about the Government's plan to abolish the Fast Track system, noting that the change still fails to provide a reasonable, fast and fair outcome for the 9,000 people who arrived in Australia as part of a 'Legacy Caseload' more than 10 years ago.

Read the letter here.

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