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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.

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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.

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Josh Manuatu and Aiden Depiazzi

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.

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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.

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The Young Liberal Movement of Australia has today released a research report calling for the abolition of the Student Services and Amenities Fee which collects $100 million from students each year.

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The 2013 EDO Programme is your opportunity to help campaign in upcoming election in Western Australia.

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The Young Liberal Movement of Australia's Federal Convention was held in Sydney over the weekend of 14 & 15 January, 2012.  It was immediately preceded by the International Young Democrat Council Meeting, attended by over 100 delegates from more than 50 countries.

Newly elected President of the Young Liberal Movement of Australia, Trent Hasson from Tasmania, has declared the Convention a roaring success.

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The Young Liberal Movement of Australia today congratulated the Hon Senator Nick Minchin on a distinguished career serving the people of Australia.

“During his long and outstanding career, Senator Minchin has been unwavering in his support of the central tenets of Liberalism,” said the Movement’s Federal President Richard Wilson.

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