Key Members of Parliament Responsible for People Seeking Asylum

There have been significant changes in government positions relating to refugees and people seeking asylum due to the Coalition leadership change.
Here is an updated list of key individuals with positions relating to people seeking asylum and refugees. (Updated 3.10.18)

Coalition:

Scott Morrison, Member for Cook in New South Wales, Prime Minister of Australia. First Speech: click here 
Office: Suite 102, Level 1, 30 The Kingsway, Cronulla, NSW, 2230
Postal address: PO Box 1306, Cronulla, NSW, 2230
T: (02) 9523 0339
E: click here

Peter Dutton, Member for Dickson in Queensland, remains Minister for Home Affairs but this portfolio no longer contains ‘Immigration’. First speech: click here
Office: 3/199 Gympie Road, Strathpine, QLD, 4500 
Postal address: PO Box 2012, Strathpine, QLD, 4500 
T: (07) 3205 9977
E: Peter.Dutton.MP@aph.gov.au

David Coleman, Member for Banks in New South Wales, is now Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs. First speech: click here
Office: 22 Revesby Place, Revesby, NSW, 2212 
Postal address: PO Box 564, Revesby, NSW, 2212 
Telephone: (02) 9771 3400
E: click here

Linda Reynolds, Senator for Western Australia, is the Assistant Minister for Home Affairs. First speech: click here
Office: Suite C, 117 Great Eastern Highway, Rivervale, WA, 6103 
Postal address: PO Box 369, Belmont, WA, 6984 
T: (08) 9477 5411
E:senator.reynolds@aph.gov.au

Labour: 
Shayne Neumann, Member for Blair, Queensland, is the Shadow Minister for Immigration and Border Protection. First speech: click here
Office: Shop 28-29, 68 Hunter Street, Brassall, QLD, 4305
Postal address: PO Box 5117, Brassall, QLD, 4305
T: (07) 3201 5300
E: Shayne.Neumann.MP@aph.gov.au

Greens:
Nick McKim, Senator for Tasmania, holds the Greens portfolio for Immigration and Citizenship. First speech: click here
Office: 149B Macquarie Street, Hobart, TAS, 7000
Postal Address: GPO Box 896, Hobart, TAS, 7001
T: (03) 6224 8899
E: senator.mckim@aph.gov.au

If you would like to meet with your local MP and would like some up to date statistics, or information of other members or supporters of CAPSA in your electorate, just get in touch and we will do our best to support your preparation and enable the meeting to be effective. You can access our refugee action toolkit here.

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