The Australian Labor Party Tasmanian Branch State Platform is a constantly evolving statement of principles and policies, underpinned by enduring Labor values.
Tasmanian Labor Platform is made up of six chapters;
- Caring for Tasmanians
- Educating for Tasmania’s Future
- Strong Responsible Government
- Growing Tasmania’s Economy
- Maximising Tasmania’s Resources
- Valuing our Natural and Cultural Resources
This new platform is being developed by Tasmanian Labor’s Platform Committees. These committees consist of rank and file party members, who meet regularly throughout the year. Any ALP member is welcome to join a Platform Committee and the committees also invite stakeholders to address their meeting. Learn more about getting involved with a Platform Committee by contacting Labor House.
State Labor Leader Rebecca White is opening up Labor’s policy development process to the wider community. The Tasmanian community is invited to make submissions to the development of the new platform. Submissions can be made by clicking here.
Public submissions are highly valued and will be referred to the relevant platform committee.
I encourage all members and supporters to help directly shape the future policy direction of our party and to continue to contribute to the State Platform in the future.