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Our Policies 

For the many, not the few 

Currently we are in the process of formulating policy for PIBCI. We are looking at eight issues that will form our eight pointed star policy framework.

Policy Work


A committee of eight members of PIBCI are in the process of formulating a 250 word policy statement about each issue. Copies of these policy statements will be sent out to all PIBCI members by the end of February 2019 for comment. We will be holding a Congress on Saturday the 16th of March 2019 10am-4pm, at the Unitarian Peace Memorial Church at 110 Grey St. East Melbourne, to which all members are invited to discuss and finalise these 250 word policy statements. These policy statements will be sent back to the membership for their approval. If more than 50% of the members vote for the specific policy statement they will become PIBCI policy until they are changed by the membership.

Eight Point Policy Framework

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Why the eight pointed star?  

The eight pointed star is the symbol of the Eureka Rebellion that occurred on the 3rd of December 1854 in Ballarat. The Eureka oath, "We swear by the Southern Cross to stand truly by each other and fight to defend our rights and liberties" best encapsulates what we as a political party stand for. It is the symbol we will be using to identify us as a political party and movement.

8 Policy Issues

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Public Utilities

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Public Health Housing and Education

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Climate Change

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Universal Basic Living Wage

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Treaty

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Gender Equality

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Animal Welfare

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Co-operatives and Collectives

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Contacts

Email: info@pibci.net
Mobile: 0439 395 489  

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