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Liverpool, NSW 2170

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Campbelltown, NSW 2560


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With every election, we as a community choose who represents us, who will lead our country, and shape our shared future. It is the right and responsibility of all adult citizens in Australia to participate in voting, and we want to help you make the most of the opportunity.

Federal Election in May 2022

Our events will help build your capacity to engage with politicians, local, state and federal about issues that matter.


Understand what each politician stands for and how they represent you, their community.



Learn about your community in more detail, and what issues are important to others.



An opportunity for you to ask questions and perhaps make voting and choosing a party clearer.


Take action, advocate for issues that matter to the right influencers and policy makers.


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aking this responsibility seriously, Western Sydney MRC and Metro Assist partnered to run a Community Consultation Tour for the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities in Canterbury-Bankstown area on 24th March 2022. Employing a community capacity building approach, the consultation session was held online via zoom to identify key issues as described by the communities as well as provide them with resources such as the Community Civic Participation Toolkit and well as Local Government Areas based snapshots.  

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