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

Jo Haylen, the Member for Summer Hill, gave a stinging speech in Parliament today condemning the Minister for Education’s failure to act on a 2014 request from St John’s College to reform its council following the near-death of a student in 2012.

May 31, 2016

Women

I’m very pleased that the NSW Government has seen sense and recognises that a licensing system is not in the best interests of sex workers or the community.

May 10, 2016

Women

Jo Haylen has called on the Government to address issues in Women's Refuges to ensure they are capable of protecting victims of domestic violence. 

March 23, 2016

Women

Jo Haylen, the member for Summer Hill, has called on the Government to do more to protect victims of sexual assault and rape through consent workshops and improved reporting in tertiary education campuses. 

March 23, 2016

Women

Jo Haylen, the member for Summer Hill, is opposed to the misogynistic views of "Pick Up Artists" and has called on the Government to introduce legislation aimed at stopping violence against women. 

March 21, 2016

Women

While we need to balance the interests of all those involved in ART-assisted conception, the right for donor-conceived individuals to access information about the identity of their donor cannot be ignored and we must always put the interests of children first.

March 16, 2016

Women

Feminism, politics, and why we should listen to the heroes around us. My speech for International Women's Day for my old school, Willoughby Girls High School.

March 07, 2016

Women

Gender inequality is the root cause of family and domestic violence and we won’t be able to stop violence until women achieve full equality in our workplaces, homes and society as a whole.

November 25, 2015

Women

The findings of this report were not supported unanimously and I have significant concerns about recommendations that water down the system of decriminalisation.

November 12, 2015

Women

This October I join thousands of Australians in paying my respects to the women we have lost and saluting the courageous women who have been diagnosed. Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the thousands of Pink Ribbon breakfasts happening across the country show that the community stands with you and we will continue to fight to find a cure.

October 21, 2015