Life with Dr Rachel
I had the privilege of spending four years in state parliament defending the vulnerable – standing up for the lives of preborn babies, the lives of children being exploited and abused, the lives of people with disability who remain vulnerable throughout their life stages, the lives of women enslaved in prostitution and the lives of the elderly who are being pressured to complete their life prematurely.
I often said that we needed to work together to systematically, methodically and deliberately rid our society of the reasons why we have such prevalent vulnerability, abuse and exploitation in our community.
Unfortunately, this left me with a lot of unfinished business. There is so much left to do.