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Australian Labor Party (Australian Capital Territory Branch)

The Australian Labor Party, commonly known as ACT Labor, is the ACT branch of the Australian Labor Party. It is one of two major parties in the unicameral Parliament of the Australian Capital Territory. Originally a part of the Australian Labor P ...

Australia Asia Worker Links

Australia Asia Worker Links is an Australian non-government organisation active since 1979, established to forge international labour movement links in the Asia-Pacific region. Its office is in the Victorian Trades Hall Council building in Melbou ...

Australian Council of Trade Unions

The Australian Council of Trade Unions is the largest peak body representing workers in Australia. It is a national trade union centre of 46 affiliated unions and eight trades and labour councils. The ACTU is a member of the International Trade U ...

Australian Labor Party (South Australian Branch)

The Australian Labor Party, commonly known as South Australian Labor, is the South Australian Branch of the Australian Labor Party, originally formed in 1891 as the United Labor Party of South Australia. It is one of two major parties in the bica ...

Australian Services Union

The Australian Services Union is a trade union representing workers in a variety of industries. The ASU is affiliated with the Australian Council of Trade Unions, the Australian Labor Party and the International Transport Workers Federation. With ...

The Australian Worker

The paper had its origin in The Hummer, "Official organ of the Associated Riverina Workers", a newspaper produced in Wagga in the depths of the 1890s depression on 19 October 1891. The paper was jointly funded by the Wagga branches of the Amalgam ...

Australian Workers Union

The Australian Workers Union is one of Australias largest and oldest trade unions. It traces its origins to unions founded in the pastoral and mining industries in the 1880s and currently has approximately 100.000 members. It has exercised an inf ...

Chifley Research Centre

Labor History is a project that the Centre runs, which "seeks to educate and engage the Australian people in the history and stories of the Australia Labor Party."This project is attempting to bring together the largest single resource on the ALP ...

The Clipper

The Clipper was a weekly labor-orientated newspaper published in Hobart, Tasmania, from 8 April 1893 until 25 December 1909, before its merger with the Daily Post in 1910.

Deregistered and unregistered Australian unions

Australian industrial relations law maintains a system of compulsory arbitration in the settlement of industrial disputes between employers, employees, and their respective registered industrial associations. Associations of employers or employee ...

The Herald (Adelaide)

The Herald was a weekly trade union magazine published in Adelaide, South Australia between 1894 and March 1910; for the first four years titled The Weekly Herald. It was succeeded by The Daily Herald, which ran from 7 March 1910 to 16 June 1924.

Labor Left

The Labor Left, also known as the Socialist Left and Progressive Left, is an organised Left faction of the Australian Labor Party. It competes with the more economically liberal Labor Right faction. The Labor Left operates autonomously in each St ...

Maurice Blackburn (law firm)

Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, was founded in 1919 by Maurice Blackburn. The firm is an Australian plaintiff law firm, having represented clients in a number of high-profile cases since its establishment.

Australian Labor Party (New South Wales Branch)

The Australian Labor Party, also known as NSW Labor and Country Labor in regional areas, is the New South Wales branch of the Australian Labor Party. The parliamentary leader is elected from and by the members of the party caucus, comprising all ...

SEARCH Foundation

The SEARCH Foundation is a left-wing, membership-based Australian not-for-profit organisation, with a number of high-profile members linked to the left of the Australian labour movement. SEARCH is an acronym for "Social Education, Action and Rese ...

Single Tax League

The Single Tax League was a Georgist Australian political party that flourished throughout the 1920s and 1930s based on support for single tax. Based upon the ideas of Henry George, who argued that all taxes should be abolished, save for a single ...

Third Intercolonial Trades Union Congress

The Third Intercolonial Trades Union Congress was a meeting of trade union delegates held in Sydney, Australia in October 1885, succeeding congresses in 1879 and 1884. It was the first of these congresses to have representatives from every colony ...

UnionsWA

UnionsWA is the peak Trades and Labour Council in Western Australia. It represents over 30 affiliated unions, which have over 150.000 members in Western Australia. The Council is affiliated with the Australian Council of Trade Unions.

United Services Union

The United Services Union is a trade union representing workers in a variety of industries. The USU is affiliated with the Australian Council of Trade Unions and the Australian Labor Party. The United Services Union USU has over 30.000 members an ...

United Voice

United Voice was a large Australian trade union, with over 130.000 members. United Voice members worked in a wide range of occupations including hospitality, childcare, teachers aides, aged care, property services, health, manufacturing, ambulanc ...

United Workers Union

The United Workers’ Union is an Australian trade union. Described as the biggest blue-collar union in Australia, the UWU covers more than 150.000 workers within over 45 industries, including warehousing, defence, hospitality, health, aged care, l ...

Australian Labor Party (Victorian Branch)

The Australian Labor Party, also known as Victorian Labor, is the semi-autonomous Victorian branch of the Australian Labor Party. The Victorian branch comprises two major wings: the parliamentary wing and the organisational wing. The parliamentar ...

The Voice (Adelaide newspaper)

The Voice was a short-lived weekly political newspaper published by J. Medway Day in Adelaide, South Australia from December 1892 to December 1893, and whose last issue was in August 1894. The first issue was published on 9 December 1892, shortly ...

The Worker (Brisbane)

The Worker was a newspaper published in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia between 1890 and 1974. The newspaper was affiliated with the Australian Labor Party.

Australian Young Labor

Australian Young Labor is the youth wing of the Australian Labor Party representing all ALP members aged 15 to 26. Former presidents of AYL have included former NSW Premier Bob Carr, Federal Minister for Agriculture Tony Burke, Special Minister o ...

2019 Australian Labor Party leadership election

A leadership election was held in May 2019 to determine the successor to Bill Shorten as leader of the Australian Labor Party and Leader of the Opposition. Shorten announced his pending resignation on 18 May, following Labors surprise defeat in t ...

Australian Fabian Society

The Australian Fabians was established in 1947. The organisation aims to "contribute to progressive political thinking" as well as "progressive political culture". The Australian Fabians have historically had close ties with the Australian Labor ...

Australian Labor Party Caucus

The federal Australian Labor Party Caucus comprises all the elected members of the Australian Labor Party in both Houses of the national Parliament. The Caucus determines some matters of policy, parliamentary tactics, and disciplinary measures ag ...

My Story (Julia Gillard autobiography)

My Story is a political memoir of Julia Gillard, who served as the 13th Deputy Prime Minister of Australia from 2007 to 2010, and then the 27th Prime Minister of Australia from 2010 to 2013. She is the first, and to date, only woman to serve in e ...

Australian Labor Party National Executive

The Australian Labor Party National Executive is an internal body of the Australian Labor Party, one of the major political parties in Australia. Twenty members of the National Executive are elected by the partys National Conference, which is the ...

Labour and Trade Union Group

The Labour and Trade Union Group was an organisation for supporters of the Militant tendency in Northern Ireland. The group originated in the Northern Ireland Labour Party NILP, but developed a separate existence as that organisation declined in ...

National Labour Party (Ireland)

The National Labour Party was an Irish political party active between 1944 and 1950. It was founded in 1944 from a rebel faction of the Labour Party, inspired by the intransigence of the incumbent leadership of the Irish Transport and General Wor ...

Socialist Labour Party (Ireland)

The Socialist Labour Party was a minor political party in the Republic of Ireland formed under the leadership of Matt Merrigan and Noel Browne, TD in 1977. Another key figure was the radical journalist Brian Trench, former head of the Communicati ...

2007 Israeli Labor Party leadership election

The 2007 Israeli Labor Party leadership election was held on 12 June 2007, to elect a new leader for the Israeli Labor Party due to internal dissatisfaction with the incumbent chairman Amir Peretz. The winner was Ehud Barak.

2011 Israeli Labor Party leadership election

Leadership elections in the Israeli Labor Party happen in a two round vote, with the two leading candidates from the first round advancing into a run-off. If a candidate wins over 40% of the vote in the first round, he wins automatically and the ...

2013 Israeli Labor Party leadership election

As a result of the party failing to enter the government after a poor performance in the legislative election in the previous January, a leadership election for the Israeli Labor Party was held on 22 November 2013.

2019 Israeli Labor Party leadership election

The 2019 Israeli Labor Party leadership election was held following the announcement of the resignation of Avi Gabbay as leader of the Labor Party on 7 June 2019, after almost two years as leader, which he led into its worst election result in it ...

Alignment (Israel)

The Alignment is the name of two political alliances in Israel, both of which ended their existence by merging into the Israeli Labor Party. The first Alignment was a 1965 alliance of Mapai and Ahdut HaAvoda. The two parties continued to exist in ...

Labor-Gesher

Labor-Gesher was a joint list of the Israeli Labor Party and Gesher parties for elections for the twenty-second Knesset. The list advocated social democracy and progressive taxation. The lists platform focused primarily on socio-economic issues. ...

One Israel

One Israel was formed by Labor leader Ehud Barak in the run-up to the 1999 elections with the aim of making Labor appear more centrist and to reduce its secularist and elitist reputation amongst Mizrahi voters Gesher was led by prominent Mizrahi ...

Zionist Union

The Zionist Union was a centre-left political alliance in Israel. It was established in December 2014 by the Israeli Labor Party and Hatnuah to create a joint electoral list to contest the 2015 elections with the hope of unseating Prime Minister ...

Breakthrough (Dutch political history)

The Doorbraak was an attempt to renew the politics of the Netherlands after World War II. After World War II, there was widespread feeling amongst progressives that the pillarised political system should be broken open. No longer should Catholics ...

Democratic Socialists 70

DS70 was founded on 4 April 1970 as the result of a split from the Labour Party PvdA. In June 1970, two members of the House of Representatives, Goedhart and Schuitemaker, left the PvdA and became members of DS70, because of the anti-American pos ...

2002 Labour Party (Netherlands) leadership election

The 2002 Labour Party leadership election was called to elect the new Leader of the Labour Party after incumbent Ad Melkert announced his retirement from national politics. Wouter Bos the former Undersecretary for Finance beat the former Speaker ...

2012 Labour Party (Netherlands) leadership election

The 2012 Labour Party leadership election was called to elect the new Leader of the Labour Party after incumbent Job Cohen announced his retirement from national politics. Cohen had been the leader of the party since 25 April 2010 after the resig ...

2016 Labour Party (Netherlands) leadership election

The 2016 Labour Party leadership election was called to elect the new Leader of the Labour Party after incumbent Diederik Samsom announced a leadership election to select the Lijsttrekker for the Dutch general election of 2017. Lodewijk Asscher b ...

Young Socialists (Netherlands)

The Young Socialists in the PvdA is a Dutch social-democratic youth organisation. The JS is a politically independent organisation, but is affiliated with the Labour Party. Members must be between 12 and 28 years old. Members are not required to ...

Det 20de Århundre

Its purpose was to print background articles on ideology and issues. For news, the party had a full network of newspapers, with Arbeiderbladet earlier names: Vort Arbeide and Social-Demokraten as the leading organ. Editor from 1920 to 1923 was Ar ...

Information Committee of the Labour Movement against Norwegian membership in the European Community

Information Committee of the Labour Movement against Norwegian membership in the European Community was an internal organized opposition within the Norwegian Labour Party. AIK was founded in January 1972, ahead of the plebiscite on joining the Eu ...

Norwegian Labour Movement Archives and Library

The Norwegian Labour Movement Archives and Library is an archival and historical institution in Oslo, Norway, opened in 1909. It was established and is still owned by the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions and the Labour Party.