Member for Murrumbidgee
Shadow Minister for Police and Emergency Services
Shadow Minister for Corrections
Shadow Minister for Women
- Increased workloads, less money: Labor Government does not support police
- Little incentive for prisoners to work at AMC
- Canberra’s working mums will soon be able to feed babies in privacy
- Corrections Minister unaware of upward trend in female incarceration rates
- UP TO 45 WOMEN IN A FACILITY DESIGNED FOR 29 AT THE AMC
- JONES SECURES MORE PORTALOOS AT MORE FIRES IN THE ACT
- SAD REVELATIONS AS POLICE FORCED TO PICK AND CHOOSE CRIMES TO ATTEND TO
- JONES CONGRATULATES LARISSA WATERS FOR FEEDING BABY IN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT
- 29 BEDS, 32 WOMEN, WHERE IS SHANE RATTENBURY HOUSING THE WOMEN DETAINEES IN THE AMC?
- JONES CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO BETTER ADDRESS SECURITY ISSUES AT THE AMC
Giulia was elected to the ACT Legislative Assembly in 2012 representing the electorate of Molonglo. Giulia was re-elected to parliament in 2016, in the newly formed seat of Murrumbidgee. In addtion to her reponsibilities as a local member, Giulia is also the Shadow Minister for Women, Corrections, and Police & Emergency Services.
Having lived in various countries, as well as both the North and South of Canberra, Giulia understands the challenges facing the newer and older areas in managing transport, services, and facilities that youth, families, and older people rely upon.
Giulia is a keen advocate for women and family, and has worked in fields as diverse as the Australian Army Reserves, Federal Government departments, women’s advocacy, the union movement and as a political advisor. Her expertise includes policy affecting women and mothers, indigenous affairs and Government funding reporting.
Giulia is passionate about policies which strengthen families, both financially and socially, and is also committed to policies which empower women and mothers in the workforce, so as to give them the opportunities to succeed at their aspirations for both family and career success. Giulia is widely recognised by many for her commitment to these issues.
Giulia was a finalist in the 2016 Women’s Leadership Agenda Awards, and is the ACT’s representative on the Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians’ Network. In 2017, Giulia was profiled by the Catholic Women’s Mentoring Program as one of Australia’s top 15 high-achieving Catholic women.
Giulia and her husband, Major Bernard Jones, have five beautiful children. They see their family as their major contribution to the future of Australia. Giulia and Bernard have a great love of Canberra, and believe it to be the best place in Australia to raise a family.
To contact Giulia:
Phone: 02 6205 0234