NSW Intergenerational Report

NSW Intergenerational Report

May 26
CEDA welcomes NSW Treasurer, the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP, who will address CEDA members and guests in Western Sydney on the NSW Intergenerational Report.


The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP, NSW Treasurer, Minister for Industrial Relations

Event overview

CEDA is delighted to welcome NSW Treasurer, the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP, to release the NSW Intergenerational Report that will offer a glimpse of what the state will look like in 2056.

With the state's population expected to rise by 50 per cent to more than 11 million people, policy makers and business leaders owe it to the next generation to think deeply about the challenges that face us now, and continue to lay the foundations for a strong future.

The Intergenerational Report, which is published every five years, will project demographics, workforce and housing trends for the next four decades and will lay the basis for policy development in the state.

Meet the speaker

The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP
NSW Treasurer, Minister for Industrial Relations

The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP was elected to the NSW Parliament on March 22, 2003 as the Member for Willoughby.

Following the election of the O’Farrell Government in March 2011, Gladys was appointed Minister for Transport.

Following the election of the Baird Government in March 2015, Gladys was appointed Treasurer and Minister for Industrial Relations.

Since April 2014, Gladys has served as Deputy Leader of the NSW Parliamentary Liberal Party.

Gladys is a Master of Commerce graduate from UNSW and prior to entering Parliament worked as a General Manager for the Commonwealth Bank. Gladys has also completed studies in Government and Public Administration (B.A., Uni. Syd).

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