Tax Settings and Inequality

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Join the Queensland branch for their winter series on equality.
This event is the Third Event of Three over winter in the sunshine state.
 
At this event, join in the discussion as we discuss the Essay - Tax Settings and Inequality with the authors - Terri Butler MP and Andrew Giles MP.
 

About the Panel: 

Terri Butler MP
Terri is the Shadow Assistant Minister for Prevention of Family Violence, the Shadow Assistant Minister for Universities, and the Shadow Assistant Minister for Equality. She is the Deputy Chair of the House Standing Committee on Employment, Education & Training, and a member of the House Standing Committees on Procedure, and Tax and Revenue. She's on the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services.  She is co-chair of the Parliamentary Friends of Innovation and Enterprise group, and convener of Labor Friends of Tourism.
Andrew Giles MP 

Andrew Giles is the Federal Member for Scullin in Victoria. Prior to being elected in 2013, Andrew was a principal lawyer at Slater & Gordon, practicing in employment law, where he helped people uphold their rights at work and resolve the issues they face in their workplace. Andrew holds a degree in Arts and Law, having graduated from the University of Melbourne. Andrew serves on a number of parliamentary committees: Public Accounts and Audit; Privileges; Environment; Infrastructure and Economics. Within the Parliamentary Labor Party, Andrew is the chair of the Education, Research, Science and Arts Committee, and a member of the Economics Committee. Reflecting his keen interest in urban development, he is the convenor of the Cities sub-committee.

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