National Conference

The following policies were adopted by the 12th National Conference of Socialist Alliance, held in Geelong, Victoria, from January 20-22, 2017.

The 12th National Conference of Socialist Alliance will take place at Geelong Trades Hall from January 20-22, 2017. This is the highest decision-making body of the Alliance, and sets our policy and perspectives, considers changes to our Constitution and elects the National Officers and leadership bodies of the Alliance. The conference is open to Socialist Alliance members and invited guests.

This updated Women's Charter, endorsed by the National Executive on February 23, has been updated in line with the decision of the 8th national conference of the Socialist Alliance.

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A charter for women's rights

How do I submit contributions to Alliance Voices — the members’ discussion bulletin?

Any member can submit contributions, including reports on work, new policy and policy amendments by emailing it to Alliance Voices.

The deadline for submitting these items for this conference is January 10, 2012. The deadline for submitting all other contributions for this conference is Wednesday January 18, 2012.

This draft resolution has been prepared for discussion in the lead up to the 8th National Conference of the Socialist Alliance.

At the Seventh National Conference of The Socialist Alliance the order of presentation and initial discussion on the topics to be decided differed from the order of final discussion and voting, which took place on the last day of conference. These draft minutes record the process of amendment and voting on topics in the order in which they were initially presented and discussed, i.e, in the order in which they first appeared in the conference agenda.

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Sunday, January 3, morning sessions

Welcome

The Socialist Alliance declared its solidarity and support for Kurdish HDP (Peoples Democratic Party) MP Leyla Guven and other political prisoners in Turkey on indefinite hunger strike for the release of Kurdish liberation leader Abdullah Ocalan.

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