Barbara Pocock

Like most Australians, I want to see real action on the climate crisis.

Hi, I’m Barbara. I was elected as a Greens Senator for South Australia in the federal election on 21 May 2022. I am Greens Spokesperson for Finance, Employment and Public Sector.

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I’m an economist and Emeritus Professor. I grew up on a mallee farm near Lameroo and have worked in universities, shearing sheds, the Reserve Bank, on farms, in unions, for the government and as a mother and carer.

I've spent my life fighting for the rights of women. As an Emeritus Professor at UniSA, I led a team of researchers studying how work affects women, men, children and the households and communities in which we live.

Now more than ever we need more women in our parliament to stand up for important issues such as women's safety, closing the gender pay gap, childcare and so much more that affects the daily lives of women across the country.

 

At-a-glance

Senator for South Australia

Barbara's Portfolios

Employment
Public Sector
Finance

Contact

Level 1, 110 King William Road, Goodwood SA 5034
Phone (08) 8272 7575
senator.barbara.pocock@aph.gov.au

Latest from Barbara

Nuclear Industry Can’t be Trusted to keep Us Safe

2 February, 2023 - South Australians are increasingly concerned about the prospect of a Radioactive Waste Dump in their state following the incident in WA where...

Big Four Reap Big Rewards from Big Donations

1 February, 2023 - 1 February 2023 The Big 4 consultancy firms are amongst the biggest corporate donors to the LNP and the Labor Party over the last financia...

Work & Care Inquiry Hearings in Sydney

30 January, 2023 - MEDIA ALERT 11.45AM MEDIA CONFERENCE AT  STAMFORD PLAZA SYDNEY AIRPORT HOTEL Work, Care and Predictable, Fair Working Conditions: ...

Current Campaigns

Housing Crisis

Rents have increased seven times faster than wages over the last year, while millions remain locked out of the housing market.

Stop the Stage Three Tax Cuts

Scrap tax cuts for for billionaires and the wealthy and fund services to ease the cost of living instead