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THE HONORABLE NICK GOIRAN, MLC ISSUES HISTORIC "CALL TO ACTION" TO CREATE WESTERN AUSTRALIA'S MINISTRY OF MEN'S INTERESTS
SOUTHERN RIVER, WESTERN AUSTRALIA
– 22 May 2014 --- Boys and Men in Australia, much like their
counterparts in other nations, are struggling to reach their full potential and
live happier, healthier, and longer lives while confronting the challenges of
physical and mental health, education, violence, real life options, and
Fatherhood. Their struggle has moved The
Honorable Nick Goiran, MLC(www.nickgoiran.com.au) to
issue a historic “Call To Action” to create Western Australia’s “Ministry of Men’s Interests”. The “Call To Action” comes in the form
of an article penned by Goiran entitled, “Ministry
For Men’s Interests Needed” which will be reprinted with permission in
the Spring 2014 issue of IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD® and was originally published
in the 6 July 2013 issue of News Weekly.
has served as a Liberal upper-house Member of Parliament in Western Australia’s
State Parliament since 2009. He
completed a double Bachelor Degree and Law and Commerce, including a double
major in Banking and Finance at Murdoch University. After graduation, he was admitted as a
Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Western Australia in December
2000. During his tenure as a Solicitor,
Goiran became an Equity Partner. As a
member of Parliament, The Honorable Nick Goiran has become
involved in a number of committees which work towards implementing positive
changes within Western Australia.
Currently, he serves as the Chair of the Joint Standing Committee on the
Corruption and Crime Commission. From
June 2009 through December 2012, he served as a Member of the Joint Standing
Committee on the Commissioner for Children and Young People. Currently, he is a Member of the Standing
Committee on Procedure and Privileges --
a position he has held since March 2012.
His tenure as a member of the Standing Committee on Uniform Legislation
and Statutes Review began in August 2012 and concluded in May 2013.
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