News

    • 24 February 2024

    Along with Fusion, the Animal Justice Party and the Australian Progressives have formally endorsed the goals and objectives of the Climate Rescue Accord.

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    • 21 February 2024

    Fusion is thrilled to plant our support behind the Australian Democrats to cultivate their candidate Heath McKenzie for the upcoming Dunkley by-election.

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    • 10 February 2024

    (Updated) Fusion's position on Israel-Palestine after ICJ ruling

    Fusion recognises the key takeaway from the ICJ court ruling is that; whether or not genocide is the intent, the current Israeli administration’s actions are on a path which has the potential to result in genocide.

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    • 12 December 2023

    Healthy practices for Policy Development and Communications

    Policy development and comms are difficult and time consuming. While we have a lot of really smart and talented people, we also need to recognise our limitations as a party of volunteers. 

    Read this opinion piece by Policy Chair Michael Maroske on healthy practices for policy development and communications. 

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    • 30 November 2023

    Fusion's position on Israel-Palestine

    Fusion condemns the atrocities committed by Hamas on October 7 and the subsequent speed of which this situation degraded into armed conflict. This is a conflict which has visited unspeakable horror upon innocent people in both Israel and Palestine.

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    • 30 September 2023

    Energy Justice - what is it, and why does it matter?

    So, when environmentalists mention "energy justice", what is it they're really talking about, and why can't they give you a simple answer? If you look up Energy Justice, you get something filled with jargon that reads something along the lines of, “a multi-layered, human-centric theoretical approach that challenges injustice and inequality in the energy sector”. Yet, in the vocabulary of climate campaigning, this term crops up more and more. Why is that? Well you’ve probably heard the phrase, “a just and fair transition”, which is about looking after people and communities in industries that are destined to suffer major disruption as a result of a transition to a carbon neutral or carbon negative economy. Fundamentally that’s about not leaving people behind.

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    • 30 September 2023

    Labor’s HAFF-arsed housing bill

    Fusion Party responds

    The ALP has passed an underwhelming $10bn Housing Australia Future Fund (HAFF) that is designed to do as little as possible. As a one-off payment, $10bn would be wildly inadequate, but this is not even a one-off payment. The money that will actually be spent on housing is the dividends from a one-off $10bn endowment: $0.5bn annually at most.

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    • 15 September 2023

    Fusion supports the Indigenous voice to parliament and the Uluru statement from the heart and is hosting a community discussion on Wednesday October 4th from 7-9pm AEDT,  to RSVP go to https://www.fusionparty.org.au/meeting20231004 (members of the public welcome). 

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  • Persecution of Truth 2023

    • 25 April 2023

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    Mayday, Mayday:

    Please help John Shipton’s campaign to save his son, Julian Assange

    Please support John Shipton and Julian Assange over the coming May Day long weekend in Brisbane by attending the conference about WikiLeaks, whistleblowers and the war on truth, The Persecution of Truth, at the State Library of Queensland on 30th April and to march in support with John Shipton at Brisbane’s annual May Day march the following day.

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  • Fusion Party response to The Daily Telegraph, 30 March 2023 (Open Letter)

    • 30 March 2023

    RE: “‘Disrespectful’ Holocaust comments by by-election candidate Owen Miller revealed”, Daily Telegraph, 28 March 2023

    Dear Mr Morrow,

    Owen Miller and the Fusion Party vehemently deny the allegations that Owen has been disrespectful about The Holocaust, or the victims of any tragedy. In fact, Owen has consistently supported victims of all avoidable tragedies, including in his tweet from February 2022, which was taken out of context — in this tweet he had been adding his support to victims of The Holocaust and Nazism, not taking away from it.

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