Why the Green Bans? Could they happen again? - Australian Fabians

Why the Green Bans? Could they happen again?

Wednesday - 09 September, 2020 - 07:30 PM

Zoom -

ACT Fabians is very please to be hosting an evening with Hon Dr Meredith Burgmann

HON DR MEREDITH BURGMANN is the co-author of Green Bans, Red Union: The Saving of a City. She was President of the Legislative Council of NSW (Labor). Before that she taught Politics at Macquarie University and was first woman President of the Academics’ Union in NSW (now NTEU). She was actively involved in the green ban movement and was arrested defending the Victoria Street ban. She has written extensively on industrial relations and women’s issues and published books on misogyny and ASIO. Her book on the radicalism of the Sixties is due for publication in April 2021

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Who’s going

Tom Clark Ross Middleton Julie Bain James Talbett Alex Leszczynski Barbara Hartley Justin Cawley Claire Moore David Davies Frank Stilwell Angela Munro James Newbold Kresta Lokumarambage cecilia cairns Sarah Howe Zion Lo Erin Watt Catherine Allan Ciaran Summerton Jonathan Hallett Rachel Symes mark platt Denise Redfern Peter Noren Sharon Meredith Leon Zembekis Michelle Gardiner Sue Strodl Roger Byrne Phil Drew Fran Ross Paul O’Sullivan Marian Quartly rog sharp Lachlan McGregor Lynda Boland Wayne McMillan Trish Reid Reid Margaret Cameron Lily Morgan Rod Pickette Christine Roussiyan Jos Tait Geoffrey Paterson Paul Jones Cevan Thompson Katie Osborne-Crowley Victorian Allied Health Proffessionals Association

Who's RSVPing

Tom Clark
Ross Middleton
Julie Bain
James Talbett
Alex Leszczynski
Barbara Hartley
Justin Cawley
Claire Moore
David Davies
Frank Stilwell
Angela Munro
James Newbold
Kresta Lokumarambage
cecilia cairns
Sarah Howe
Zion Lo
Erin Watt
Catherine Allan
Ciaran Summerton
Jonathan Hallett
Rachel Symes
mark platt
Denise Redfern
Peter Noren
Sharon Meredith
Leon Zembekis
Michelle Gardiner
Sue Strodl
Roger Byrne
Phil Drew

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