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We Believe

The Young Liberal Movement is the youth wing of the Liberal Party of Australia, open to anyone aged between 16 and 31 years. Our Movement is a centre-right, mainstream political organisation who subscribes to the values enunciated by Sir Robert Menzies in founding the Liberal Party.

Smaller Government

We believe in individual responsibility and supporting aspirational Australians who want to get ahead without big government standing in the way.

Lower Taxes

We believe individuals know how to spend their money better than government.

More Freedom

We believe in the vital freedoms of speech, association, movement and worship.

Enduring Institutions

We believe in the family unit as the enduring foundation of a strong society.

Our Team

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Latest News

Free speech is under attack – stop 18C

  • February 13 - 2017
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Right now, free speech in Australia is under attack - we’ve seen young Australians studying at the Queensland University of Technology dragged before courts and tribunals for three years over Facebook posts just to be found innocent.

The Queen’s Blue Sapphire Anniversary

  • February 06 - 2017
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As our Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth II marks 65 years since ascending the Throne, the Young Liberal Movement pays tribute to the Queen for the stability and certainty that she provides as Queen of Australia.

Federal Office Bearers 2017

  • January 29 - 2017
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At the Federal Young Liberal Movement's Federal Council in Adelaide today, Aiden Depiazzi has been elected as Federal President and Josh Manuatu as Federal Vice President and Policy Chairman.

2016 Policy Journal

  • December 08 - 2016
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The 2016 Policy Journal was edited by Liam Staltari.

Young Liberals call for 18C Abolition

  • December 03 - 2016
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Australia's largest centre-right youth political movement has made a submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Human Rights' inquiry into Freedom of Speech calling for the abolition of section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.