NSW Ageing Alliance identifies the 5 areas of key concern in the upcoming federal election

In the lead up to the Federal Election, the NSW Ageing Alliance, of which COTA NSW is a member, is calling on all parties to commit to action on five key issues.

NSW Ageing Alliance identifies the 5 areas of key concern in the upcoming federal election

NSW Ageing Alliance identifies the 5 areas of key concern in the upcoming federal election

Released: 10-Jun-2016

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The NSW Ageing Alliance is made up of 26 organisations that work on behalf of people aged 50 and over in NSW, including COTA NSW. We represent almost 2.5 million people in this age group living in this state. These people are key contributors to the NSW community and economy. Despite this, their contributions are often overlooked.

In the lead up to the Federal Election, the NSW Ageing Alliance is calling on all parties to commit to action on five key issues.  Representing one of the largest groups of voters in NSW, we want all parties to articulate their plans for: 
a national ageing strategy
housing policy
income security 
aged care reform and 
Medicare and health care

Together, the NSW Ageing Alliance has produced a 2016 Federal Election Position Statement which details our calls to action. We urge you to contact those contesting the election to advise you how their party plans to address our key issues. 

You can find out how to contact your candidate directly through the following party directories: 
Australian Labor Party
The Liberal Party of Australia
The National Party of Australia
Australian Greens

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