Donate to Larissa Harrison for Senate (SA)

Larissa Harrison is a Labor candidate for the Senate in SA for the 2019 federal election. Larissa was born in South Australia and grew up in the seat of Boothby, where she continues to live. She works as a lawyer, specialising in industrial relations and employment law. Larissa has a Masters in Law (Legal Practice) from Australian National University, a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) from the University of Adelaide. She is a former President of the South Australian Labor Party. Larissa has served on the State Executive of the South Australian Labor Party, as a National Conference Delegate and on most of the various committees of the South Australian Labor Party. She is passionate about ensuring that every person is afforded the same rights, protections and opportunities - no matter what their background, income or level of education is. Larissa joined the Labor Party, and now stand as a Candidate in the Senate, because she believes that a Federal Labor Government will make the lives of ordinary Australians better.

"The gender gap is currently 17 per cent which means Australian women are effectively working two months of every year for free. The Liberals have ignored the gender pay gap, supported cuts to penalty rates that disproportionately harm women and refused to support increases to the minimum wage. If elected, in a Shorten Labor Government I will be a part of national push to help close the gender pay gap."