The Australian Conservative Party is a mainstream right wing political party. We exist to represent the views of our members; conservative voting Australians.
We will contest elections in Australia's federal and state parliaments with two key policy platforms: the introduction of major democratic reform, and the preservation of Australian conservative values.
Democratic Reform — We will introduce The Democracy Solution into the Australian federal parliament. A package of ten major democratic reform policies that will shift the balance of Australian political power away from politicians, and towards the Australian people, and make Australia the most democratic nation in the world.
Conservative Values — We will advocate the preservation of conservative values that made Australia great, but in particular, conservative values that are increasingly at risk, such as our — freedom, democracy, sovereignty, security, capitalism, culture, and traditional Australian family values (this is not an exhaustive list).
The Australian Conservative Party is a truly democratic political party. It is controlled by the democratic will of our members, and we apply the same high democratic standards to the party that we advocate for our Australian parliaments.
As a party member, you will vote to preselect candidates, you will engage in policy formation and debate, and you will vote to approve the party's policy agenda.
If you are a conservative Australian, and believe we need to take control of Australia's future, we invite you to become a member of the Australian Conservative Party. To join or donate to the Australian Conservative Party, please click here.
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The Privacy Act 1988 (Commonwealth) exempts political parties, and therefore, the Australian Conservative Party is not legally bound by the Privacy Act.
However, we value your privacy, and therefore, we seek to comply with and protect your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act; yet remain not legally bound by, and harmless under, the Privacy Act.
We warn you that there is inherent risk in providing your personal information on the internet.
For the purpose of this policy, personal information means any information from which your identity is apparent, or can be reasonably ascertained.
Your personal information
The Australian Conservative Party is committed to protecting your privacy. The information you provide to us will be used only as outlined below.
We will endeavour to take all reasonable measures to keep your personal information secure.
We will collect your personal information only with your consent. Your consent is implied when you provide your personal information. Primarily, you will provide your personal information when you apply to become a member or make a donation. The types of personal information we may collect may include:
- Your name, date of birth, address, email address, phone number,
- Your bank account or credit card details,
Use and disclosure of your personal information
We may use or disclose your personal information to the following types of entities and for the following types of purposes.
Foreseeably and primarily, but not limited to:
The Australian Electoral Commission; Government agencies required by law; Law enforcement agencies; Courts; Staff; Candidates; Members; Donors; Volunteers; Lawyers; Accountants; Consultants; Technology providers eg; website developers; Domain hosts; Phone or internet service providers.
Foreseeably and primarily, but not limited to, for the purposes of:
Managing our relationship with you; Maintaining our records of you as a member or donor; Registering or maintaining our registration as a political party; Complying with the law or court order; Keeping you informed of our policies and news; Requesting your assistance; Disclosing donations by you; Responding to your enquiries,
Entities to which we provide your personal information may be located in Australia or in other nations and have different privacy policies to ours.
If you engage in conduct towards representatives or staff of the Australian Conservative Party, members, donors, supporters, or any other associated party, or anyone at all; that is threatening, intimidating, stalking, or in any way unlawful, we may disclose your personal information to law enforcement agencies or private security services.
We may use ‘cookies’ to improve your experience on our website. Cookies are small text files that our website may place on your computer as a means to remember your preferences. You may block cookies via your web browser settings. However, if you do, you may not be able to use the full functionality of our website.
Our website may include links to other websites not operated by us. We are not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of other websites, and we advise your to read their privacy policies.
Our internet servers will also collect information such as but not limited to your IP address and other details like your operating system, internet browser, pages viewed, page access times and referring website address, email address, host name and any information you provide in any email or blog post comment.
We also connect with social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and others. If you to “like” or “share” information from this website through these services, you should be aware of their privacy policies. If you are a member of a social media site, the interfaces may allow the social media site to connect your visits to this site with other Personal Information.
Control of your information
All members and supporters of the Australian Conservative Party from whom we have details recorded have the right to ask for a copy of these details and we will provide you with this information within a reasonable time frame.
The Australian Conservative Party will provide you with the opportunity to opt out of receiving future communications from us. Unsubscribe links are included at the bottom of every email that we send from our mailing lists.
Should you have any issues in relation to the Australian Conservative Party and your privacy, you can raise this with our Privacy Officer who will address your concerns promptly. When contacting us, please provide the following information: Name, full Address, telephone number and member ID (if applicable).
For questions, compliments, complaints, or to access or change your details, please contact us at email@example.com
Last updated: May 2016
The entity of the "Australian Conservative Party" is "Peter Wallace", operating as a political party under the name the "Australian Conservative Party", which is a registered business name with ASIC.
Under Australian law, when an election is called, the Australian Electoral Commission is required to cease activity on all party registrations. Accordingly, as an early election has been called for 2 July, the registration of the Australian Conservative Party is now on hold, and will resume after the election.
Also under Australian law, there is no requirement for a political party to be registered with the AEC. So operating as an unregistered political party is perfectly lawful. However, only registered political parties can nominate for election and be included on a ballot paper.
For this reason, Peter Wallace will be an independent candidate at the 2016 federal election. But for all matters other than nomination and candidacy at the election, Peter Wallace remains leader of the Australian Conservative Party, and if elected, will represent the party in the senate.
Once registered with the AEC, the party entity will automatically transfer from "Peter Wallace" to the "Australian Conservative Party", an organisation by virtue of its constitution, as registered with the AEC.
For party members, transfer of the party entity will be seamless, and all memberships will automatically transfer to the new entity. Registration of new party members will continue at all times during the 2016 federal election campaign.
The party entity is currently:
Trading as Australian Conservative Party
ABN 92 564 723 749
Level 19, 1 O'Connell Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Phone 1300 500 338
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Please read these terms and conditions periodically to keep up to date with any changes we may make. Your use of this website is taken as your acceptance of these terms and conditions.
We may change or add to the website, or the information or products or services described on it, at any time and without notice.
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REFUNDS AND RETURNS POLICY
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