Join Kate Chaney MP (Independent Member for Curtin, WA), Saffron Zomer (Executive Director, Australian Democracy Network) and Nicolette Boele as they discuss campaign finance reform.
The election of more community independents to the crossbench after the 2022 Federal election shows that communities want more political choice. Electoral matters have traditionally been seen through a party-political lens, enshrining party and incumbent advantages. Campaign finance reform is based on three pillars:
- improve transparency
- reduce financial influence
- level the playing field
The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters (JSCEM) reports after each Federal election and has issued its interim report.
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Registration will close on Sunday 19 November at 7:30pm AEDT, 48 hours before the event. We will provide the Zoom link 24 hours before the session.
This conversation will be recorded. The recording will be available for viewing in due course.