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Social policy reform is a job every Australian should be concerned about and as your federal political party, we want to be involved on the ground in your community.

Our job isn’t to just talk about better lives for our families, our job is to ensure policy reforms provide better lives for our families that help us move forward as a better nation.

Please use our Facebook page to interact with the ABF Party and our candidates, ask questions, share ideas, connect with friends and family and invite us to get involved in your event or community program.

We can make social policy reform happen when we do it together.

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This from Social Services Minister Senator Anne RustonThe Govt is establishing a Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Commissioner to oversee the implementation of the next National Plan to end violence against women and their children and provide a national voice, policy leadership and greater cooperation between governments. 🙌🏻🎱🎱🎱🎱🎱What’s disappointing about the new national plan to tackle domestic violence is it still does not acknowledge male victims of domestic violence.This completely ignores the government’s last domestic violence inquiry where the committee made recommendations to include men in the national plan.This is another example of the systemic gender discrimination boys, men and fathers continue to experience from federal policy makers.The very best way to deal with this is to vote them out at this next election! #familyviolencereform #domesticviolence #coercioncontrol #BetterFamilies #BetterNation ... See MoreSee Less
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The back story to this call for a royal commission is disturbing.You can find out more here; #Corruption #bloodproducts #BetterFamilies #BetterNationPlease help end this injustice against victims of Australia’s deadliest medical scandal contaminated blood by supporting a Royal Commission of inquiry here: ... See MoreSee Less
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The review, conducted by Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins, detailed a leadership deficit, where disrespectful behaviour “comes from the top”, It also revealed some of the worst bullying was woman on woman.#DomesticViolence #AHRC #FamilyViolence #CoercionControl #BetterFamilies #BetterNationHave a look at this.Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins has today launched Set the Standard, the Australian Human Rights Commission’s Report on the Independent Review into Commonwealth Parliamentary Workplaces.Set The Standard, is the result of seven months of deep engagement with current and former staff and parliamentarians from across all parliamentary workplaces. With more than 1700 individual contributions via interviews, submissions, and survey responses, this report represents a comprehensive understanding of the culture within Commonwealth parliamentary workplaces.This review by Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins, detailed a leadership deficit, where disrespectful behaviour “comes from the top”, and revealed some of the worst bullying was woman on woman.The latest of which was seen this week in the Senate when Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe suggested that Liberal Senator Hollie Hughes should keep her legs closed.We suggest that the findings by the AHRC are another example of the elephant in the domestic violence room when it comes to dealing with female perpetrators and the ongoing unwillingness of state and federal governments to deal with the reality of female violence at a policy level.The new coercion and control laws are example of this gender bias that saw many advocates and policy makers opening discussing how these laws could be introduced while ensuring women who engage in coercion and control could be provided with amnesty when allegations where made against them. It looks like the bullies in a society will continue to get a free pass from being held accountable because of their gender and the cycle of abuse and violence will continue at the expense of our children and communities.#21fathers #endalldv #callthemout #call1300008602 #domesticviolence ... See MoreSee Less
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We invite you to become a member and partner in reforming social policy as part of the Australian Better Families Party. We know through better social policy we can provide better opportunities for our families and the future of our nation.



Reform won't happen by itself, it will take all of us working together and every dollar counts. As a new federal political party, we need your financial support to promote our policies to ensure every Australian hears about the ABF Party on the lead up to the next federal election.



Be the change you want to see in the world. Are you interested in representing your community as a candidate for the Australian Better Families Party?


The Australian Better Families Party, with your help, will fix social policy and ensure Australian families are the first to benefit from policy decisions made by the government.

Australian Better Families Party
PO Box 3831 Robina Town Center
Queensland 4239
Phone: 1300 254 414