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The Australian Fabians: more than just talk!

We aim to promote greater equality of power, wealth and opportunity.We promote debate, encourage research, and publish commentary, into political ideas and public policy reform.We host regular policy forums, conferences, dinners, and networking events with high profile guest speakers. The Australian Fabians are committed to: 
  • A fairer and more sustainable Australia.
  • Promoting progressive values in the community.
  • Developing solutions to the biggest policy challenges of today. 
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  • Upcoming events

    Australia and the Indo Pacific

    When: Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 05:45 PM
    Where: CSA Building in Perth, Australia

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    Queensland Member Assembly

    When: Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 01:00 PM
    Where: Together Board Room in South Brisbane, Australia

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