Stephen Parks at Australian Fabians

Stephen Parks

  • commented on Contact Us 2020-05-13 18:12:29 +1000
    RE: Membership.

    My credit card details advise that a $25.00 Concession membership fee for Stephen Parks was debited from our account.

    Please advise if this is from the Fabians? Also, we did not give permission for direct debit from this card- if this is recorded, could it please be removed.

    We are happy to rejoin but do not want our credit card details recorded with any organisation, including the Fabians.

    Please contact.

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  • answered 2020-02-28 15:17:36 +1100
    Q: Are there any other themes you would like to see an edition of the Quarterly Review focus on?
    A: Dis-intergration of Community.

    Safety nets – decline of safety mechanisms in our society.

    Fabians Quarterly Review - Themes Survey

    With the crises of the current political and economic order deepening every day, Fabians know that new ideas are as important as ever. That’s why we’ve decided to begin publishing a quarterly print and online magazine, dedicated to envisioning a better future and how to get there.

    Each edition is going to have a theme, with a portion of the magazine’s content set aside for exploring it in depth. To help us decide what themes we should work with for the first four editions, we want to hear from our members.

    You’ll see ten options below. We’ve deliberately kept them fairly broad to allow our writers plenty of scope for interpretation. We invite you to help us out by choosing the one you would most like to see the new magazine focus on in its first year.

    And if you're interested in writing on these topics or anything else, please don’t hesitate to pitch an idea to [email protected]

    Take the survey

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