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Revised draft as at 22 December, 2016.

This is the full conference agenda, including sessions for delegates and non delegates as at January 16, 2017. NB: Agenda is subject to change.

Following our recent National Executive meeting it was requested that we include a copy of the original motion on the NDIS tabled at the 9th National Conference for reference.

Resolutions adopted at the Socialist Alliance National Council meeting, October 6-7, 2012

The 8th national conference of the Socialist Alliance in Australia decided to take a draft document entitled “Towards a socialist Australia” through a nation-wide public discussion and consultation process to promote a wide discussion about socialism in the 21st century.

This redrafted Socialist Alliance perspectives resolution has been prepared for discussion in the lead up to its 8th national conference by a drafting subcommittee on the National Executive after taking into account various suggestions in Alliance Voices and from discussion in the National Executive Secretariat. Note: As at previous conferences, delegates will be asked to vote on the resolutions not the rationale.

The 21st century is shaping up to be a pivotal one as human society faces a profound and deepening crisis. Runaway climate change caused by soaring greenhouse gas emissions threatens the survival of life on the planet.

Socialist Alliance welcomes the news (March 6) that the Baird government has cancelled the coal seam gas (CSG) license covering metropolitan Sydney (PEL 463).

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.

At its recent National Council meeting, the Socialist Alliance adopted a resolution condemning the Erdogan regime in Turkey for its brutal escalation of its war on the Kurdish people and on democratic and civil rights in Turkey.

The Socialist Alliance (Australia) adds it voice to the global condemnation of the terror bombing of a peace rally organised by trade unions, NGOs, the Peoples Democratic Party (HDP) and other progressive parties in Ankara on October 10. So far, 128 people have died from this bombing and some 500 have been wounded.

At its recent meeting, the National Council of the Socialist Alliance adopted a resolution reaffirming its solidarity for the liberation struggle in West Papua.