Jo is a proud feminist, fighting for equal opportunity for women. She is passionate about ending sexual assault on our university and TAFE campuses, advancing womens' reproductive rights and fighting for affordable quality child-care. 

Women

The Liberal Government has failed to introduce new residential tenancy laws to protect victims of domestic violence – more than 600 days after promising it would.

March 05, 2018

Women

As students head into O-Week or return to university this month, NSW Labor is reinforcing its commitment to ending sexual assault and harassment on campus.

 

February 21, 2018

Women

A question on notice to the Minister for Police and Minister for Emergency Services regarding sexual harassment complaints and the NSW Police Force.

February 12, 2018

Women

A question on notice to the Minister for Health regarding sexual assault and harassment at NSW public hospitals.

February 12, 2018

Women

A question on notice to the Minister for Education regarding gender in school enrolments.

February 06, 2018

Women

Jo Haylen MP has welcomed today’s release of the Broderick Cultural Renewal report, which lays bare the misogyny and toxic culture in residential colleges at the University of Sydney.

November 29, 2017

Women

Labor Member for Summer Hill today cautiously welcomed the introduction of long-awaited legislative reforms of governance arrangements at St Johns College at the University of Sydney. 

November 22, 2017

Women

Over the past 48 hours, news feeds across the globe have been filled with two simple words, "Me too"—women sharing personal stories of sexual harassment, abuse, violence and rape. It makes for harrowing reading, but it is a deeply personal reminder of the extent of the sexualised violence women face. Unsurprisingly, many tell of harassment in the workplace. 

October 18, 2017

Women

Question on Notice to the Minister for Counter Terrorism, Corrections and Veterans Affairs regarding women in prison in NSW.

October 11, 2017

Women

Few women have had as great an impact on the Australian labour movement than Barbara Murphy, AO.

Barbara was a much-loved and highly effective educator, working in Sydney schools for more than 25 years before joining the NSW Teachers Federation, where she served as both senior vice-president and deputy president.

September 21, 2017