one nation policies

Read our policies and how we would contribute if elected

 

EMPLOYMENT

One Nation believes that re-industrialisation is the best way of creating lasting full time employment with positions for skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled workers; this combines with training Australians rather than importing skills. 

Tax and economic reform, rescinding of harmful treaties and industrial relations policy based on fairness and equality for all Australian employees and employers will enable our manufacturing, business and rural industries to compete on a truly level playing field. One Nation will make creating employment and the reducing of unemployment, and all its associated social ills, our prime objective. 

One Nation’s Industrial Relations Policy is based on fairness and equality for all parties concerned. The important role unions have played in Australia is recognised and the continuing need for workers to have access to union assistance, to protect them from unscrupulous employer or negotiate their wages and conditions, is acknowledged. Though encouraged, membership of unions will continue to be voluntary.

EMPLOYMENT AND WORKPLACE RELATIONS

If a country has an agricultural base from which to feed its people, industrial infrastructure, a skilled manufacturing base, abundant energy and mineral resources and a healthy united and educated population, it has the essentials to become self-sufficient. If that country is barren of opportunity for its young, unable to care for its aged, dependent on goods and finance from foreigners and unemployment among its workforce is rife; the problem is political ineptitude and economic mismanagement. 

Pauline Hanson's One Nation believes;

  • In training programs based on the needs of industry and business providing indentured apprenticeships to further skills and higher education. We need to return to indentured apprenticeship-based training which recent governments have discouraged. Due to their policy of dismantling our industrial base, these positions have not been available; so most children have been forced to stay on at school.

  • The ideal age for an apprenticeship is after the third year at high school, at the age of 15-16 years, an age receptive to discipline and learning. The majority are now forced to stay another two years at school, at which time it is usually too late for them to successfully enter a trade.

  • Nursing is a typical example - many, who would have made excellent nurses, have been lost due to the disbandment of on-the-job apprenticeship training, for academic training. This is reflected in the shortage of nurses and drop in standards of care in our hospitals.

  • Engineering trades have suffered the same problem and we are fast losing all our skills as the older generations retire and there is no one to hand them down to. Apprenticeships training is the ideal base to go on to almost any field, or position.  Most of our top engineers started out this way.

One Nation recognises that long-term employment must come from the private sector. We desire a return to Australian ownership of land, resources, public utilities and businesses. The assets and resources of Australia must be the property of the Australian people. One Nation believes that, combined with a strong primary industry and a vigorous resource sector, the stimulation of a broad-based manufacturing sector is vital to Australia’s future well-being. We should not force industry and employment to go offshore. 


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All Policies

FEDERAL

Affordable Energy Solutions - Climate Change
Aged Pension Increase
Agenda 21 (Sustainable Development)
Apprenticeships Scheme
Asset Sales & Leasing
Citizens Initiated Referendum
Economics & Tax Policy
Employment
Euthanasia
Halal Certification
Home Ownership for Young Australians
Housing
Ice Epidemic
Identity Proof - Taxpayer Funded Services
Illegal Immigrants & People Smugglers
Immigration
Islam
Manufacturing
Medicinal Cannabis
Multiculturalism
New Zealand Citizenship
Primary Industries
Product Labelling - Assisting Australians to Buy Aussie Made
University Students' Allowance
Voting - Minimising Fraudulent Votes
Water

GENERAL STATE

Agenda 21 (Sustainable Development)
Asset Sales & Leasing
Apprenticeships Scheme
CSG Mining 
Halal Certification
Housing
Nurses to be trained in Hospitals
Medicinal Cannabis
Politicians - Reductions
Water