A #1 vote for Rohan Laxmanalal in the House of Representatives and the Animal Justice Party (AJP) in the Senate is a vote for human health/wellbeing, the environment and animals.
I am standing as a candidate for the AJP in Sydney’s Inner West federal seat of Reid to advocate for animals and the environment, with the aim of improving our health and quality of life. Effective policy on these critical issues is lacking in Parliament and it’s time for us to make a stand.
Healthcare and Climate Change are key issues in this election.
A 112 page United Nations report “Assessing the Environmental Impacts of Consumption and Production” and www.nutritionfacts.org are just some of the publicly available resources which have recommended a transition from animal agriculture to plant based agriculture to tackle climate change and preventable health problems. Prevention is greater than cure. Imagine the dollars and lives we could save if we focused on the prevention side of these issues.
I have advocated for these issues through volunteering at the Sydney Vegan Market, Plant Alive Festival, Super Furry Festival, Animal Rights Activism Sydney and through my involvement in AJP Sydney East and Inner West regional group, which included running as a candidate in the recent NSW election.
Every #1 vote counts and it sends a message to all the other parties that human health/wellbeing, the environment and animals should not be brushed under the carpet.
It was through #1 votes that the AJP had Mark Pearson, Andy Meddick and Emma Hurst elected. I strongly recommend following these MPs on social media.
Please also review our policy summary links and email me any queries and concerns you have about the upcoming election