• Newsletter June 2022

    • 07 June 2022

    Welcome to Fusion's first regular newsletter! This monthly newsletter will keep you up to date with campaigns, news and events for our growing party.

    Fusion will also hold monthly online meetings for members and supporters. There will be in-person meetings too.

    The first of these meetings will be on Thursday 16th June at 7pm AEST – read on for details.

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  • Classifying ageing as a disease

    • 16 May 2022

    Why does Fusion want to classify ageing as a disease? This policy is the product of consultation with forward-looking health professionals and organisations. It does not mean that everyone over a certain age has a disease!

    Read on for more. Read the policy here:

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  • NSW Senate preferences – why seven?

    • 16 May 2022

    Fusion's how-to-vote suggestions reflect who we'd prefer to see elected if we aren't successful. Six numbers above the line is the bare minimum, but in the Senate for NSW, we're suggesting seven parties that we thought were better (more aligned with our values) than the alternatives.

    The party that we suggest at #7 is not the party we like the least. This is our #7 choice out of a total of 23 parties on the NSW Senate ballot paper.

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  • Rights, Responsibilities, Resources & Research

    • 16 May 2022

    Hi, I'm Adam Woodings, and I'm standing for the Senate in Western Australia. Why though?

    Policy areas of particular interest to me are Ethical Governance, Individual Freedoms, Civil and Digital Liberties, and a Focus on the Future. Here's why those things matter to me:

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  • 5,000,000 Young Australians' interests on Climate Change thrown out by the Federal Court

    • 16 March 2022

    The Fusion Party of Australia is outraged at yesterday's Full Bench Federal Court decision to dismiss the case of young Australians seeking to ensure that their rights are considered by the Commonwealth in development approvals.

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  • Government response to flooding is inadequate and fails to recognise our changing climate

    • 07 March 2022

    Fusion Party Australia is appalled by the insufficient federal government response to the severe weather and flooding across South East Queensland and northern New South Wales. Fusion senate candidates in both states are calling for declaration of a climate emergency all at levels of government, as part of a strategic mobilisation of resources to protect Australians.

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  • Standing for Something

    • 26 February 2022

    Published first on
    Short story: I'm going to be a Fusion Party candidate for Grayndler in the next Australian federal election. I even made a Facebook page and a Twitter account, and wrote a political ramble below.

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  • Fusion — A Fresh Threat to LNP and Labor Votes

    • 11 February 2022

    “Several Minor Parties form a new Federation”

    The Science Party, Pirate Party, Secular Party, Climate Emergency Action Alliance - Vote Planet, and Australian Climate Change Justice Party have banded together to form a new and exciting party called Fusion.

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