Morrison: fund the ABC
The ABC is there for us, in and out of crisis. It keeps us safe, connected, and informed. It helps us make sense of the world around us.
But $783 million in government cuts is taking it's toll.1
Now the Morrison Government has released its Budget, and despite billions of dollars in spending, there's not a single cent for the ABC.
Can you sign the almost 150,000 strong petition demanding the government fully fund our ABC?
- Fewer episodes of Four Corners, Foreign Correspondent and Australian Story
- Thousands of jobs lost, including another 250 staff to lose their jobs this year with 70 from the News Division
- The flagship 7.45am radio news bulletin will be axed, along with ABC Life, the ABC Comedy Channel, and more...
We know that if all those people joined the movement, the Coalition Government would be unable to sweep the issue under the rug and further cuts would become politically untenable.
So can you sign on to demand the Government reverse funding cuts and fully fund our ABC?
 'ABC loses $783m funding since 2014 when Coalition made its first cuts – report', The Guardian, 4 May 2020
 'Latest $84 million cuts rip the heart out of the ABC, and our democracy', The Conversation, 24 June 2020
 'Australians overwhelmingly oppose ABC budget cuts', ABC Friends, 1 June 2020
✍️ SIGN NOW!
To the Morrison Government & the Australian Parliament:
We call on the Government to restore and increase essential operational funding to the ABC so that it can meet the needs of our communities with confidence, independence and integrity.
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