Federal Opposition Leader: Australia's jobs future

Federal Opposition Leader: Australia's jobs future

WA
Oct 29
CEDA WA welcomes Federal Leader of the Opposition, the Hon. Anthony Albanese who will speak in Perth for his first major speech since the Federal Election on the important issue of jobs and the future of work.

Speakers

The Hon. Anthony Albanese, Federal Leader of the Opposition

Event overview

Mr Albanese will examine how the Australian workforce can be guided by Labor’s enduring values in shaping the changes it faces, driven in large part by rapidly advancing technology.
 
He has chosen to make his first major speech in Western Australia as a sign the State will continue to be a priority for the Labor Party, pointing to Perth as a growing jobs hub with industries at the forefront of innovation.

Event presentations

The Hon. Anthony Albanese, Federal Leader of the Opposition MP3

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Anthony Albanese
Federal Leader of the Opposition

Anthony has represented the Inner West of Sydney as the Federal Member for Grayndler since 1996. During the Rudd-Gillard Government he served as Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, and Leader of the House. Anthony was named Infrastructure Minister of the Year in 2012 by London-based publication Infrastructure Investor and in 2010 was named Aviation Minister of the Year for producing Australia's first ever Aviation White Paper.  Anthony believes strongly in the need for the government to invest in infrastructure and transport in our cities and regions to ensure our growing communities are productive, liveable and sustainable.

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