Federal President Josh Manuatu made the following formal submission to the Treasury as a part of the Budget process. You can read the submission on the Treasury's website here.
Applications have opened for the Electoral Development Officer programme for the Tasmanian and South Australian Elections.
Josh Manuatu from the ACT and Mitchell Collier from Queensland have been elected the new President and Vice-President respectively of the Federal Young Liberals at the Movement’s AGM in Brisbane today.
ABC’s politically correct move is damaging The ABC’s decision to move the Triple J hottest 100 from Australia Day to the fourth weekend in January is just the latest example of political correctness gone mad, according to Australia’s largest youth political movement.
Earlier this year, the Federal Executive committed to take a major overhaul of the Movement's Federal Regulations to the next Federal Convention in January 2018.
Australia's largest youth political movement has welcomed increasing support for exposing the $100 million Student Tax imposed on tertiary students across Australia.
At the Liberal Party's Federal Council on 24 June 2017, the Young Liberal Movement successfully moved that the Liberal Party supports our national symbols.
This informal forum was an opportunity for Young Liberals to debate and discuss issues of the day.
This post provides a quick summary of the 2017/18 Budget to assist you in advocating for the key measures contained within it. In short, this Budget delivers on a number of key Young Liberal policies that we have advocated to the Government in the lead up to the Budget.
The Federal Government’s university reforms unveiled by Education Minister Simon Birmingham will benefit young Australians into the future according to the Young Liberal Movement of Australia.
On 30 April 2017, Federal President Aiden Depiazzi and Federal Vice President Josh Manuatu announced that the Young Liberal Movement of Australia would reinvest in its membership with new Development Grants administered by the Federal Movement.
This submission was provided to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee on 26 March 2017. Due to comments in the submission, it was shared with the President of the Australian Human Rights Commission for a response and we were asked to refrain from publishing it. It was finally approved for publication by the Senate Committee on 6 April 2017.