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Painter
Counihan, Noel (1913 - 1986), Activist and Painter
Parliamentarian
Bjelke-Petersen, Johannes (Joh) (1911 - 2005), Parliamentarian and Politician
Deniehy, Daniel (1828 - 1865), Editor, Lawyer and Parliamentarian
Fraser, John Malcolm (Malcolm) (1930 - ), Parliamentarian and Politician
Lang, John Thomas (Jack) (1876 - 1975), Parliamentarian, Politician and Writer
Maloney, William Robert (1854 - 1940), Activist, Parliamentarian and Socialist
Whitlam, Edward Gough (1916 - ), Parliamentarian and Politician
Peace Activist
Camilleri, Joseph A. (1944 - ), Academic, Activist and Peace Activist
Peace Organisation
Alice Springs Peace Group (1979 - 1993)
Australian Assembly for Peace
Australian Peace Alliance (1915 - c. 1918)
Australian Union of Democratic Control (for the Avoidance of War) (c. 1914 - 1966)
Australian Women's Peace Army (1915 - 1919)
Nuclear Free Australia Party (1985 - )
Playwright
Diamond, Dick, Playwright
Hewett, Dorothy (1923 - 2002), Novelist, Playwright and Poet
Sewell, Stephen (1953 - ), Playwright and Writer
Poet
Andrews, John Arthur (1865 - 1903), Activist, Anarchist, Poet and Publisher
Hewett, Dorothy (1923 - 2002), Novelist, Playwright and Poet
Hooton, Harry, Poet
Lawson, Henry (1867 - 1922), Activist, Poet and Writer
Lindsay Gordon, J, Poet
Noonuccal, Oodgeroo (Walker, Kath) (1920 - 1993), Activist and Poet
O'Dowd, Bernard Patrick (1866 - 1953), Activist and Poet
Shelley, Percy (1792 - 1827), Poet
Wright, Judith (1915 - 2000), Activist and Poet
Policy
eg. Protectionism
Apartheid
Arbitration and Conciliation
Free trade
Freedom of Contract
Indigenous Australia - Land Rights
Indigenous Australia - Legal Rights
Multiculturalism
Prices and Incomes Accord (1983 - 1996)
Protectionism
Public Health
Wakefield Plan
Political Event
Australian Convention of Peace and War (1953)
Australian Peace Congress (16 April 1950)
Australian Women's Conference for Victory in War and Victory in Peace (1943)
Bicentenary (1988)
Black Moratorium
Broad Left Conference (1986)
Political Group
A political organisation whose focus is not primarily electorial
Aborigines Advancement League (Victoria) (1967 - )
Aborigines Progressive Association (1937 - )
Active Service Brigade (1893 - c. 1905)
Alice Springs Peace Group (1979 - 1993)
Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation (c. 1980 - )
Anti-Sweating League (1895)
Australian Aboriginal Progress Association (1925 - 1927)
Australian Aborigines League (1934 - )
Australian Assembly for Peace
Australian Federation of Women Voters
Australian Freedom League
Australian Peace Alliance (1915 - c. 1918)
Australian Peace Council (1949 - c. 1963)
Australian Republican Movement
Australian Women's Peace Army (1915 - 1919)
Black Power
Christian Social Order Movement
Committee for Aboriginal Citizen Rights
Congress for International Co-operation and Disarmament
Council for Aboriginal Rights
Council for Women in War Work
Council of Action for Equal Pay (1937 - 1948)
Democratic Association of Victoria (1872 - c. 1873)
Democratic Rights Council
Eureka Youth League (1941 - )
Fabianism (1884 - )
Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders
Federal Pacifist Council of Australia
Fellowship of Australian Writers
Feminist Club (New South Wales) (1914 - )
Free Religious Fellowship (1911 - )
Indigenous Australia - Embassy (1972 - )
Industrial Workers of the World (1905 - )
International Bookshop
International Socialist Club (1898 - )
Knights of Labor (1869 - c. 1900)
Marx School
Melbourne Anarchist Club (1886 - 1889)
Melbourne University Labour Club
Melbourne Workers Theatre
Militant Women's Movement (1928 - )
Movement against uranium mining (1976 - )
National Coalition of Aboriginal Organisations
National Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation
National Defence League
New Housewives' Association (1946 - 1950)
New Left Party (1989 - 1990)
New South Wales Aboriginal Legal Service
Peace Pledge Union
Popular Front
Queensland Peace Committee for International Co-operation and Disarmament
Queensland Social Democratic Federation
Queensland Women's Electoral League (1903 - )
Realist Writers' Group
Redfern All-Black R.F.C
Social Democratic Federation (Melbourne) (c. 1895 - c. 1896)
Social Democratic Federation of Australasia (1892 - )
Social Democratic League (1889 - c. 1892)
Social Democratic Vanguard
Socialist Action
Socialist Alternative (1995 - )
Socialist Federation of Australasia
Socialist Workers Party (Australia) (1972 - 1989)
Sydney Free University (1967 - 1972)
Sydney University Labor Club (1925 - )
Tocsin (1897 - 1906)
Trotskyism
Unemployed Workers Movement
Union of Australian Women (1950 - )
United Association of Women (1929 - )
Victorian Peace Council
Western Aboriginal Legal Service
Woman Suffrage League
Woman's Electoral League of Western Australia
Women’s Christian Temperance Union
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom; Australian Section
Women's Liberation Movement
Women's Political Association (1903 - 1919)
Women's Political Educational League
Workers' Art Club
Young Communist League
Political Movement
A non-institutionalised movement, eg. Single Tax Movement
Anarchism
Anti-fascism
Anti-nuclear
Anti-Semitism
Australian Union of Democratic Control (for the Avoidance of War) (c. 1914 - 1966)
Black Power
Censorship
Civil Liberties
Communism
Communist League of Australia
Conscription - criticism, pre-1950
Conscription - criticism, 1950-present
Eight Hours Movement
Electoral Reform
Environmentalism
Feminism
Guild socialism
Indigenous Australia - 1936- 38 Alliances during the Depression
Indigenous Australia - Land Rights
Indigenous Australia - Legal Rights
Indigenous Australia - Sovereignty
Indigenous Australia - Treaty '88
Industrial unionism
Marxism
Minority Movement
Movement against war and fascism
Nationalism
New Australia (1892 - c. 1905)
New Left
Non-aligned movement
Peace movements
Peace movements - Anti-fascist and Second World War
Peace movements - early Cold War
Peace movements - First World War and earlier
Peace movements - Vietnam and later
People for Nuclear Disarmament
Radical Christians
Radical Nationalism
Republicanism
Single Tax Movement
Social Credit
Socialism
Socialism - 1800s
Socialism - 1900 to 1919
Socialism - 1920 to 1939
Socialism - 1940 to 1959
Socialism - 1960 to 1979
Socialism - 1980 to 1999
Socialism - 2000 onwards
Socialist Workers League (1970 - 1972)
Trade Unionism
Trotskyism
Woman Suffrage
Women - Equal Pay
Women - Legal Rights
Women - Socialism
Women - Trade Unions
Women's Liberation Movement
Working-class education
Political Party
A political organisation which achieves its ends through electoral means
Australasian Socialist Party (c. 1912 - c. 1920)
Australian Labor Party - Criticism of
Australian Labor Party (1891 - )
Australian Socialist League (1887 - c. 1907)
Communist Party of Australia - Attitude to Australian Labor Party
Communist Party of Australia - Criticism Of
Communist Party of Australia - Election Material
Communist Party of Australia - Splits
Communist Party of Australia (1920 - 1991)
Democratic Labor Party (1955 - )
International Socialist Party
Liberal Party of Australia (1944 - )
Nuclear Disarmament Party
Nuclear Free Australia Party (1985 - )
Progressive Political League
Republican Party of Australia (1982 - )
Revolutionary Workers' Party (1943 - )
Social Democratic Party of Victoria (1902 - c. 1905)
Socialist Labor Party of Australia
Socialist Party of Australia (I) (c. 1930 - c. 1970)
Socialist Party of Australia (II) (1971 - 1996)
Socialist Workers Party (Australia) (1972 - 1989)
Victorian Socialist Party (1905 - )
Women - Communist Party of Australia
Political Philosophy
eg. Marxism
Anarchism
Black Power
Capitalism
Communism
Communist Party of Australia (Marxist-Leninist)
Environmentalism
Eurocommunism
Fabianism (1884 - )
Feminism
Historical Materialism
Marxism
Monarchism
Nationalism
Parliamentary Politics
Radical Christians
Radical Nationalism
Republicanism
Revolution
Socialism
Socialism - 1800s
Socialism - 1900 to 1919
Socialism - 1920 to 1939
Socialism - 1940 to 1959
Socialism - 1960 to 1979
Socialism - 1980 to 1999
Stalinism
Syndicalism
Utopianism
Woman Suffrage
Women - Socialism
Politician
Bjelke-Petersen, Johannes (Joh) (1911 - 2005), Parliamentarian and Politician
Chifley, Joseph Benedict (Ben) (1885 - 1951), Politician
Curtin, John (1885 - 1945), Activist and Politician
Deakin, Alfred (1856 - 1919), Journalist, Politician and Writer
Evatt, Hebert Vere (1894 - 1965), Politician
Forsyth, Archibald, Politician and Writer
Fraser, John Malcolm (Malcolm) (1930 - ), Parliamentarian and Politician
Garrett, Peter (1953 - ), Activist, Musician and Politician
Hawke, Robert James Lee (Bob) (1929 - ), Politician
Holland, Harry [Henry Edmund] (1868 - 1933), Activist, Journalist and Politician
Holloway, Edward James (Jack) (1875 - 1967), Activist and Politician
Lang, John Thomas (Jack) (1876 - 1975), Parliamentarian, Politician and Writer
Menzies, Robert Gordon (Bob) (1894 - 1978), Politician
Parkes, Henry (1815 - 1896), Politician
Paterson, Frederick Woolnough (Fred) (1897 - 1977), Activist and Politician
Reid, George (1845 - 1918), Politician
Rosa, Samuel Albert (1866 - 1940), Activist, Journalist, Novelist and Politician
Spence, William Guthrie (1846 - 1926), Activist and Politician
Whitlam, Edward Gough (1916 - ), Parliamentarian and Politician
Protest
1982 Commonwealth Games Protests
Publication
Angry Penguins (c. 1940 - c. 1946)
Arena (1963 - )
Australian Abo Call (1938 - )
Australian Left Review (1966 - 1993)
Australian New Writing (1943 - 1946)
Boomerang [Melbourne] (1884)
The Bulletin (1880 - )
Comet (c. 1989 - 1990)
Communist Review
Guardian (1939 - 1966)
Identity Magazine
Jindyworobak (1938 - 1953)
Labor Call [Melbourne] (1906 - 1953)
Meanjin
Outlook
Southerly: the magazine of the Australian English Association, Sydney.
Southern Advocate for Workers' Councils (c. 1945 - )
Thesis Eleven
Tocsin (1897 - 1906)
The Worker [Queensland]
Publisher
Andrews, John Arthur (1865 - 1903), Activist, Anarchist, Poet and Publisher
Champion, Henry Hyde (1859 - 1928), Activist, Journalist and Publisher
Judd, Ernest Edward Job Pullin (1883 - 1959), Bookseller, Publisher and Socialist
Seekamp, Henry, Editor, Publisher and Writer