Louise Connor

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Louise Connor


Louise Connor is an Australian activist.

Communist Party of Australia

In 1985, Louise O'Connor was in the Communist Party of Australia, Melbourne.[1]

Socialist Scholars Conference

The Socialist Scholars Conference, held at Melbourne University High on July 18-21, 1991, around the theme of Ecology, Socialism and Human Survival, was a resounding success according to both organisers and participants. The second such conference to be held in Australia, it attracted around 800 activists and academics from around the country.

The conference closed with a plenary session addressed by a panel of speakers on the subject "Left politics: Where to now?". Including Joe Camilleri from the Rainbow Alliance, Louise Connor from the New Left Party, Ken Peak from the Australian Democrats, Reihana Mohideen from the Democratic Socialist Party and Ted Murphy from the Socialist Left faction of the ALP, this panel provided a forum to develop the presently limited dialogue between the main sections of the organized left in Australia.[2]

SEARCH Foundation

In 2013, Louise Connor, was a leader of the SEARCH Foundation.[3]

References

  1. [Make Melbourne marvellous! : a draft for wide discussion on socialist alternative Melbourne 2000 Author: Communist Party of Australia: Louise Connor for the Communist Party of Australia, 1985]
  2. Wealth of ideas at Socialist Scholars conference Wednesday, July 31, 1991 - 10:00 By Lisa Macdonald
  3. Foundation, who we are, accessed Jan. 2, 2014