James Cruz is the second Senate candidate for The Greens, supporting its lead candidate, Dr Tjanara Goreng Goreng, in the upcoming 2022 Federal Election. As a librarian for over 10 years, James has seen first-hand how people can make a positive impact on the lives of others in the community. From his personal experience growing up in public housing, James is passionate about addressing in his campaign what he frames as the housing crisis.Continue readingFrom books to politics: Q&A with ACT Greens candidate James Cruz
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Natasa Sojic is The 2022 Greens candidate for the federal seat of Fenner. The electorate of Fenner stretches from Ainslie in the inner north to Dunlop in the west and all the way out to Jaka in the far north. The Owl’s Sam Dirkis spoke to Natasa about a range of issues, but most notably the Greens’ newly announced plan to raise the welfare rate from $44 a day to $88.Continue readingQ&A with Natasa Sojic, The Greens candidate for Fenner
Social media has become one of the most important tools for Australian political parties, allowing them to both increase their own reputation and diminish their opponents’. With just over a month until the 2022 Federal Election, how are the four major parties using Instagram to attract votes in 2022?Continue readingWhat are political parties doing on Instagram this election?
Dr. Tjanara Goreng Goreng is a First Nations woman who believes in challenging the system. She has been an academic at the University of Canberra, a unionist, whistle-blower and senior public servant. Throughout these roles, she saw how the government can change people’s lives. I was able to sit down with Dr. Goreng Goreng and ask her questions about the views and objectives which she and the Greens party will take to the next election.Continue readingQ&A with Dr Tjanara Goreng Goreng: A Greens Senate Candidate