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No Jab No Play NSW: Attacking the right to work and learn makes no economic sense

It is almost impossible to believe that the New South Wales (NSW) LNP government has enacted a No Jab No Play law prohibiting unvaccinated children from being enrolled in early child care and education services, in the absence of any evidence

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AUSTRALIA-WIDE PROTESTS AGAINST NO JAB NO PLAY!

All Australian State Governments will vote on No Jab No Play at COAG on June 9, 2017. This will decide whether children will be excluded from childcare and preschool based on their vaccination status. It is inconceivable that we are

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Party Response: Greg Beattie Independent Senate QLD

DEAR AVN SUPPORTERS For those who don’t know me, I am a past president of the AVN. I took up the position during a period when it was probably the most attacked and vilified legally constituted association in Australia. The

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Party Response: Seniors United NSW

Hello Meryl Sorry for the delay in answering your earlier inquiry, — I have been away for a few weeks and completely out of touch. We are a relatively new Party and we are developing policies on matters that concern

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Party Response: Science Party Australia

  Dear Ms Dorey, The Science Party’s position on vaccines is outlined below and is also published here: http://www.scienceparty.org.au/children_deserve_vaccines. Vaccines work The overwhelming scientific evidence indicates that vaccines are safe and effective. Vaccination has eradicated smallpox and rinderpest, and immensely reduced

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Party Response: Australian Defence Veterans Party

Dear Ms Dorey I apologise on behalf of the Party for not responding to your email earlier. Thank you for the inquiry regarding The Veterans Party policy regarding childhood immunisations.  The Party recognizes that this is a divisive issue among

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Party Response: Australian Christians Party

Hi Meryl, Compulsory vaccinations is a divisive issue indeed. As your footnote states, “Every issue has two sides”. We have a number of our own candidates and staff with opposing views on this vex issue. At this stage Australian Christians

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Party Response: Australian Country Party

Hi Meryl, The Australian Country Party does not have a dedicated policy regarding vaccination, however if I were to provide feedback to my members I would have to advise them of how many diseases we have eliminated from our population

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Party Response: Pirate Party, Australia

Hi Meryl,    Thanks for your question of the Pirate Party, and please accept my apologies for the delayed reply. As an evidence-based and pro-science party we support the general principles of vaccination.    While you represents tens of thousands of

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Party Response: Citizens Electoral Council of Australia (CEC)

Dear Ms Dorey, The Citizens Electoral Council of Australia supports the principle of vaccination against preventable diseases. At the same time we are very aware of the influence by major pharmaceutical companies that may affect government decisions on the matter.

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