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The Australian Fabians: more than just talk!

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

    The Surveillance State in Australia

    When: Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 06:00 PM
    Where: Melbourne’s Multicultural Hub - Blue Room in Melbourne, Australia

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    C.E Martin Memorial Dinner

    When: Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 06:00 PM
    Where: The Apprentice in Ultimo, Australia

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    Join our National Board

    We are looking for a hard working volunteers join our National Board. It’s an exciting opportunity to contribute to the Australian Fabians governance and assist with our future strategic directions. We are looking for strategic thinkers with experience in leading community organisations and a strong alignment to the Australian Fabians mission and values. The Australian Fabians is a Nation Wide organisation, and are seeking new directors, who live in Australia.
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    Letter to Labor - Job Insecurity & the Precariousness of Work

    This is the first of three 'Letters to Labor' to be developed by Victorian Fabians as a result of a series of interactive events designed to collect Fabians' thoughts on three major issues identified by our members as 'keeping them awake at night'. The ideas from each event are collected together into a 'Letter to Labor' to help inform the policy agenda. The first event, from which this letter is derived, discussed job insecurity and the precariousness of work. Copies of the letter have been forwarded to the opposition leader (Anthony Albanese), the Shadow Treasurer (Dr Jim Chalmers), and the Shadow Minister for the Future of Work (Clare O’Neill). Special thanks goes to Max Dumais, our 'Zing Master', for running these events.
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