Call Rebekha Sharkie MP

Call and email Rebekha Sharkie MP

Minister Dutton will continue to block and delay medical transfers for critically sick people held in offshore processing if amendments to the Home Affairs Legislation Amendment Bill don't pass the lower house next week.

We need a medical solution to a medical crisis. Doctors not politicians should make medical decisions. 

Critically sick young adults, men, women and elderly on Manus and Nauru need Rebekha Sharkie MP to stay strong and back the bill so they can be transferred to Australian hospitals for urgent medical treatment to save their lives.

Call and email Rebekha Sharkie MP

08 8398 5566 | [email protected]

Ask her to stay strong and Back the Bill 

Here's how to call: 

1. Prepare what you want to say

  • A clear message that you want Rebekha Sharkie to vote for amendments to the Home Affairs Legislation Amendment (Miscellaneous Measures) Bill 2018 
  • Add a short personal reason why you want sick people in offshore detention medically transferred to Australia.

2. Dial the number 

  • When staff answer, say you want to leave an important message for the MP.
  • State your message. Be polite.
  • Leave your full name and post code. 

If you can't get through, try calling again. If you get the answering machine, leave a message and try calling again later.

NB: Every call you attempt is important, even if you don't get through. 

Please tell us you're calling Rebekha Sharkie MP's office by filling out the form, so we can demonstrate the groundswell of calls you are making!

3. Spread the word

Thank you for taking action with us. Together we will make sure men, women and children in offshore detention get the medical treatment they need, and find safe permanent homes. 

I have called Rebekha Sharkie MP to ask her to back amendments to the Home Affairs Legislation Amendment (Miscellaneous Measures) Bill 2018

So that critically ill people on Manus and Nauru can be transferred to urgent medical treatment in Australia.

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