I am a First Nations activist, poet and playwright from the Kunja Clan of the Bidjara Peoples of south-west Queensland.
I live and work as a nurse in Fremantle. I am actively involved in the campaign against the Perth Freight Link project and anti-racism campaigns. As a member of the Australian Nursing Federation, I believe in the fight to defend decent working and living conditions. I am also passionate about the right to free quality healthcare and education.
I’m standing in this election to raise the many critical issues that do not get a mention in mainstream political debate. The social and environmental crises we face cannot be met by the “business as usual” of corrupt governments playing into the hands of big corporations. Socialist Alliance has a powerful vision for an alternative future, based on cooperation and sustainability. For this future to come about, we need to organise and realise our collective potential. We encourage everyone to get involved and help us make the change we all need and deserve.
I have been an active unionist for more than 20 years and joined my first union as a high school student.
I am a descendant of the Guringai, Gadigal, Wiradjuri and Dharug peoples of NSW. I have a PhD in Management from the University of Newcastle where I am a full-time staff member.
I am a crane operator and I have worked in the building industry for three decades.
I have been a socialist activist since the early 1970s, after I radicalised around war, race and class issues after my family migrated to Australia from Malaysia.
I live and work as a nurse in Fremantle. I am actively involved in the campaign against the Perth Freight Link project and anti-racism campaigns.
Kamala Emanuel is a women’s health doctor and a mother. She is a passionate feminist who campaigns for abortion rights and against violence against women.
I am a construction worker and climate campaigner in the seat of Wills.
Séamus Doherty was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and emigrated to Australia as a plumber in 1974.
As a health and safety trainer in the construction sector, I have seen enormous numbers of blue-collar and white-collar jobs destroyed in Geelong in the past 10 years.
Farida Iqbal is active in the campaign to save the Safe Schools program. She is an active campaigner for equal marriage rights and has been involved in the Queer movement since 2003.