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“This is a time for big change. Our transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme – the biggest reform since Medicare – is a key reform for people with a disability.”
“We need to ensure that all Victorians have access to safe and inclusive education, employment opportunities and the health and support services they need.”
"We will ensure every young person who goes through our education system knows that we are with them – no matter who they are or where they are."
Martin Foley MP has responsibility for the social justice portfolios of Housing, Disability and Ageing, Mental Health and Equality, as well as Creative Industries, in the Andrews Labor Government. Having previously worked in the public housing sector, community development and protecting the rights of working people, he has been the Member for Albert Park since 2007.
Martin holds a BA (Hons) in History and Politics from Monash University and a Master of Commerce (Hons) from the University of Melbourne. He is a member of the St Kilda Football Club and hopes to see a premiership in his lifetime. He is a cricket tragic destined to be stranded on a single century after too many innings.
Get in touch with Martin
For local enquiries in the seat of Albert Park please contact:
Electorate Office46 Rouse St
Port Melbourne 3207
p: 03 9646 7173
For enquiries about Martin's ministerial portfolios, please contact:
Ministerial OfficeLevel 22/50 Lonsdale St
p: 03 9096 7500