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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 which subscribes to the values enunciated by Sir Robert Menzies in founding the Liberal Party.

Smaller Government

We believe in individual responsibility and supporting 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 and backing aspirational Australians to get ahead.

Enduring Institutions

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

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Latest News

ABC’s politically correct move is damaging

  • November 27 - 2017
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ABC’s politically correct move is damaging The ABC’s decision to move the Triple J hottest 100 from Australia Day to the fourth weekend in January is just the latest example of political correctness gone mad, according to Australia’s largest youth political movement.

Young Liberal Regulations

  • October 31 - 2017
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Earlier this year, the Federal Executive committed to take a major overhaul of the Movement's Federal Regulations to the next Federal Convention in January 2018.

Young Libs back vote against SSAF

  • October 17 - 2017
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Australia's largest youth political movement has welcomed increasing support for exposing the $100 million Student Tax imposed on tertiary students across Australia.

Federal Council - Protecting our Symbols

  • June 28 - 2017
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At the Liberal Party's Federal Council on 24 June 2017, the Young Liberal Movement successfully moved that the Liberal Party supports our national symbols.

WA Policy Forum

  • May 30 - 2017
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This informal forum was an opportunity for Young Liberals to debate and discuss issues of the day.