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Bronwyn Currie is a proud Victorian who lives in Melbourne’s bayside suburbs. A Human Resources professional prior to raising her family, Bronwyn’s vocation for a number of years has been to advocate for the protection of all animals.
Bronwyn’s career in Public Administration has seen her work within the wider Department of Justice for many years, including the Adult Parole Board, Victoria Police and Corrections. With a lifelong interest in social justice, Bronwyn was a member of Amnesty International and People for Nuclear Disarmament as a teen. She continues to work for causes close to her heart as well as the for the betterment of her community, including recently as a Settlement Services Program Volunteer. Her contribution to Community led her to be nominated for City of Kingston’s 2018 Australia Day Awards and City of Kingston Inaugural Woman of the Year Award 2019.
Vegetarian for a considerable period, Bronwyn became vegan three years ago and has since been actively involved with the animal rights community. Bronwyn strongly aligns with the four core values of the Animal Justice Party - kindness, equality, rationality and non-violence. Bronwyn believes passionately in equality for all and through Australia’s first political party exclusively for the animals, Bronwyn seeks to achieve significant improvement in the lives of animals on a political level.
Bronwyn is especially keen to see an end to all live export, a ban on battery cages, a formation of an Independent Animal Protection Agency, as well as to achieve truth in advertising with an introduction of health warnings on processed meats which are known to be carcinogenic.