Our Positions

The Animal Justice Party recognises that members must be able to trust that the party will stay focused on animals and therefore our policies will keep that focus. They will determine the issues which dominate the effort of our elected representatives.

But we also recognise that the voting public need to know how Animal Justice Party representatives will vote on important non-animal issues. Thus, when we believe a position follows clearly from our core values of rationality, non-violence, kindness and equality, then we will adopt it.  On some issues, there may be no single obvious position flowing from our core values, in which case our representative will exercise a conscience vote.

Our current position statements:

Marriage Equality

Asylum Seekers

Voluntary Euthanasia

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  • Peter Krause
    commented 2019-05-15 21:34:54 +1000
    Staying with the main focus of your party – animal justice. May I ask does that extend to wild, indigenous animals who are constanyly being threatened by urban growth, resource extraction (primarily clearfell logging) and predatory introduced species? Peter Krause, Melbourne.