Home - Claire Moore - Labor Senator for Queensland


Community groups and volunteers are vital to the wellbeing of our society.

Whether they exist as sporting clubs, day care centres, P&C's, neighbourhood centres or lobby groups they play an invaluable role.

Claire is involved in many different community groups committed to social justice and equality for all Queenslanders. These groups include Amnesty International, Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation and the Queensland Peace Network.

She is a member of Friends of the ABC, Patron of the Boggo Road Gaol Historical Society, Children by Choice, Brisbane Labor History Association, Brisbane Multicultural Arts Centre and the Australian Festival of Chamber Music.

Claire is also active in the community in Fortitude Valley where her office is located. Community organisations are welcome to hold meetings in Claire's office and are able to access many other forms of support.

Redland City Council

Information about Redland City Council

Brisbane City Council

Information about Brisbane City Council

List of Queensland Council Websites

Information about your council.

Moreton Bay Regional Council

This is the new site for the Moreton Bay Regional Council, incorporating Caboolture, Pine Rivers and Redcliffe.

Parliament House - Queensland

Information about State members.

Parliament of Australia

Information about Federal Members and Senators.

Sunshine Coast Regional Council

The councils of Maroochy Shire and Caloundra City have amalgamated.

Parliamentary Group on Population and Development (PGPD)

The Parliamentary Group on Population and Development was formed in 1995 to support and promote the Program of Action from the International Conference on Population and Development, held in Cairo in 1994. Claire is the Vice-Chair of the group, and was previously the Chair.

The Millennium Development Goals: the fight against global poverty and inequality

Overseas AID

The Millennium Development Goals are agreed targets set by the world's nations to reduce poverty by 2015.

These include halving extreme poverty, getting all children into school, closing the gap on gender inequality, saving lives lost to disease and the lack of available health care, and protecting the environment. These are achievable commitments to improve the well-being of the world's poorest people.