• Kelly Vincent

    Kelly Vincent, #1 Upper House

    The Honourable Kelly Vincent MLC is a trailblazer, she’s the youngest woman elected to an Australian parliament, the first elected on a disability rights platform and she is Leader of the Dignity Party in the South Australian Legislative Council. First...

  • Diana Bleby, #2 Upper House

    Diana is a qualified Speech Pathologist, with years of experience in service and leadership within both private and public school systems as well as operating her own small business focusing on adults and children with communication and swallowing needs. Diana...

  • Ryan Mann, #3 Upper House

    Ryan wants to see improvements to the health system, especially when it comes to rehabilitation services.  With his unusual experience of being a patient in the spinal ward of both the WA and SA health care systems, Ryan believes we...

  • Esther Simbi, #4 Upper House

    Born in South Sudan and contracting polio as a child, Esther came to Australia in 2005 as a refugee after living in extreme hardships in refugee camps in Uganda for 19 years. With a strong belief that access to quality education...

As specific policy initiatives are announced during the election period, they will be uploaded here.

In the meantime, you can read our 2018 Policy Directions for South Australia here: https://dignityparty.org.au/policies/