Speak up to help win safe, legal and compassionate access to abortion care in NSW

Speak up to help win safe, legal and compassionate access to abortion care in NSW

Right now there’s a historic opportunity to secure safe, legal and compassionate access to abortion care in NSW.

Legislation to decriminalise abortion has been passed by the NSW lower house, and will be considered by the upper house from tomorrow.

Those who oppose legal access to abortion care are throwing everything they can at stopping this. Including flooding members with calls against reform, and proposing even more amendments.

We can't leave undecided upper house members with any doubt about what the community wants. Can you take 2 minutes to give them a call? Just type in which politcal ...

Right now there’s a historic opportunity to secure safe, legal and compassionate access to abortion care in NSW.

Legislation to decriminalise abortion has been passed by the NSW lower house, and will be considered by the upper house from tomorrow.

Those who oppose legal access to abortion care are throwing everything they can at stopping this. Including flooding members with calls against reform, and proposing even more amendments.

We can't leave undecided upper house members with any doubt about what the community wants. Can you take 2 minutes to give them a call? Just type in which politcal party members you'd like to call (e.g. Labor, National, Liberal, Shooters) and the tool will show you the phone numbers for the members who are yet to declare if they will vote for the legislation.

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Call undecided upper house members

To get started just enter the name of the political party whose members you want to call in the box below (e.g. Labor, Liberal or National).

Here are some helpful hints to give you a sense of how your call will go and some of the things you might like to say:

  • Ring ring - A staffer will answer the phone.
  • Introduce yourself - What's your name, what town do you live in?
  • Explain the reason for your call - Tell the staffer that you're calling because you want to urge your MP to vote 'yes' to the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill in full.
  • Let them ...

Here are some helpful hints to give you a sense of how your call will go and some of the things you might like to say:

  • Ring ring - A staffer will answer the phone.
  • Introduce yourself - What's your name, what town do you live in?
  • Explain the reason for your call - Tell the staffer that you're calling because you want to urge your MP to vote 'yes' to the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill in full.
  • Let them know why you care
  • Ask them to pass on your message to the MP - And thank them for their time.

Make your call count, tell us how it went