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Federal ANMF Campaigns

Be The Bill: Support Voluntary Euthanasia

Be The Bill: Support Voluntary Euthanasia

The South Australian Voluntary Euthanasia Bill will soon be debated in the South Australian Parliament. The ANMF has partnered with Go Gentle Australia to support this bill and people like Kylie Monaghan, who face unrelievable pain in the final stage of life and who want the compassionate choice of a peaceful death.

Never Alone campaign against domestic violence

Never Alone campaign against domestic violence

Nurses and midwives see family violence first hand, in emergency departments, community health clinics and when we visit thousands of women in their homes. We know that many women experience family violence, and that it's time to build a movement that lets all victims know that they are never alone.

Grad Nurses and Midwives Deserve a Working Future

Grad Nurses and Midwives Deserve a Working Future

The ANMF continues to work towards securing employment opportunities for newly graduating nurses and midwives. We know that the situation will only worsen unless people in the position to make real change find solutions to improve employment opportunities for graduates.

Stop Government cuts to PPL

Stop Government cuts to PPL

On Mothers Day 2015, the Government announced they would deny access to Government funded paid parental leave for Australian women who have some paid parental leave provided by their employer through an enterprise agreement.

Nurses and Midwives – we deserve our penalty rates

Nurses and Midwives – we deserve our penalty rates

The Productivity Commission may make recommendations that affect penalty rates, shift allowances, wages and conditions. Yet another attempt by the Abbott Government to allow business to take control of the agenda and cut wages & conditions that don't suit them or that they don't want to pay.

Medicare’s worth defending

Medicare’s worth defending

In Budget 2014, the Abbott Government attempted to unravel Medicare with the proposed introduction of a GP co-payment. After three unsuccessful attempts to destroy our universal healthcare system, many believe that the fight for Medicare has been won. But think again.

Healthcare Emergency

Healthcare Emergency

Budget 2015 has just been announced and follows on from Budget 2014. Over $59 million dollars in funding to healthcare has been removed by the federal government, along with other cuts which will hurt ordinary Australians.