Senator Madigan visits DLP campaign in NSW

Senator John Madigan visited New South Wales on Friday to meet the DLP candidates and join in on a day of campaigning. The first stop was at TG Millner Sportsground, home of the Eastwood Football Club, where Senator Madigan and NSW DLP candidates launched the party’s sports policy. Following this was a visit to the Villawood Immigration Detention Centre, where the party’s asylum seeker policy was launched. The final event for the day was a trip to the Central Coast, where together with candidate for Robertson Paul Sheeran, his campaign team and NSW senate candidate Dr Simon McCaffrey, Senator John Madigan, spoke on DLP small business policy. All three events attracted the attention of community and local media.

DLP launches new name and slogan in Melbourne

On Tuesday, the DLP launched its new name and 2013 campaign slogan at Federation Square in Melbourne.

DLP Senator John Madigan put on a blacksmithing display as he forged a branding iron of the letter U, which he then branded into the word laboUr on a sign displaying the DLP’s new name, ‘Democratic Labour Party’.

This spelling change was launched with the very apt slogan, ‘Putting YOU back into Labour”

The event also provided a great opportunity for passers-by to talk with DLP candidates, discussing many issues and learning more about the DLP.

 

Senator Madigan and Victorian Senate candidate Mark Farrell meet the Tamil community

Senator John Madigan and Victorian Senate Candidate Mark Farrell were invited to an afternoon tea held by the Australian Tamil Congress (ATC) in Melbourne to give an overview of the DLP and what we stand for. Both John and Mark were very warmly received by the Tamil community, and spoke particularly on the issues of human rights, refugees, manufacturing and job security.

 

We thank the Tamil community for giving us the opportunity to meet and speak with them, and we look forward to future events.

 

West Papuan Rally Brisbane

Photos from the West Papuan Rally held outside the Brisbane Town Hall on 21 May.

DLP Spokesman on West Papua, Anthony Craig, participated at the rally and reported back that the West Papuans were overjoyed at the DLP’s commitment to their cause in ending the human rights atrocities being inflicted upon the West Papuan people.

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