Labor’s National Policy Forum facilitates policy development and debate between the Federal Labor Caucus, ALP branch members and our affiliated trade unions.
The National Policy Forum is also responsible for preparing the draft ALP National Platform, which is debated and adopted by our triennial National Conference.
The National Policy Forum’s membership includes:
- The Leader of the Opposition, Bill Shorten MP (NPF Co-Chair);
- ALP National President, Mark Butler MP (NPF Co-Chair);
- Senator Jenny McAllister (NPF Deputy Co-Chair);
- Senator Deborah O’Neill (NPF Deputy Co-Chair);
- 20 elected representatives of the ALPs branch membership;
- 20 representatives of affiliated trade unions; and
- 20 members of the Federal Labor caucus.
For more information about the National Policy Forum, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALP National Platform – Submissions now open
Labor’s National Conference is Australia’s largest political conference and one of the most significant events on the Australian political calendar.
The 48th ALP National Conference will be held from Thursday 26 July – Saturday 28 July 2018 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
National Conference will shape the policies Labor takes to the next election – policies that will put Australian jobs first, protect penalty rates and ensure we keep fighting for Medicare and better schools.
In the lead up the National Conference, the National Policy Forum will be preparing Labor’s National Platform.
If you would like to make a submission to the NPF on the values and policies you believe should be reflected in Labor’s National Platform, click here or fill out the form below.