Tasmania 2018 Election: keynote by Rebecca White

Tasmania's economic development

Jan 31
Ahead of the 2018 Tasmanian state election, hear from opposition leader Rebecca White on her vision and priorities for economic and social development.


Rebecca White MP, Leader of the Opposition, Tasmania

Event overview

State opposition leader Rebecca White will give her first CEDA address outlining her vision for the state and discuss the key policy issues for Tasmania’s future prosperity.

What are the key priorities for Tasmania’s economic and social development?  What policies are needed to drive Tasmania’s economy and services such as health, education, transport and community services, infrastructure, government accountability and environment. Join business, government and community leaders for this opportunity to hear and speak directly with Labor’s candidate to be the 46th Premier of Tasmania.


Meet the keynote speaker

Rebecca White MP
Leader of the Opposition, Tasmania

Rebecca has been a member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly in the electorate of Lyons since 2010. In March 2017 Rebecca was appointed Leader of the Opposition and the Parliamentary Labor Party in Tasmania, and has been working closely with stakeholders to take a comprehensive agenda and vision for Tasmania to the 2018 state election.

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