Muslims are more likely to vote for a politician based on their policy than their party according to Muslim leaders.
At least 60 candidates for the upcoming University of Queensland (UQ) student election have withdrawn their nominations and publicly protested today.
YVote hits the LNP and ALP campaign launches. We find out if it’s impolite to speak about politics at the dinner table. And will you be voting on policy or personality? The results are in!
Y-Vote Ep 2 from UQ Journalism & Communication on Vimeo. It’s a bumper edition of YVote this week. We catch up with three young candidates and find out whether age has wearied them, or lack of years, condemned. Lock the Gate Activist, Drew Hutton, explains why we should “give a frack” about Coal Seam Gas [...]
Y-Vote Ep 1 from UQ Journalism & Communication on Vimeo. In the first week of the campaign, our YVote reporters hit Katter’s Australia Party launch and cross paths with Premier Anna Bligh at Keep Kate HQ. Dr Zala Volcic explains the importance of participatory democracy and why we should vote. And we find out how [...]
Y Vote is a weekly web-TV show being produced by UQ journalism students in the lead-up to the Queensland state election.