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Reforming the ALP
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Publish-date-icon April 1, 2014
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Does the Australian Labor Party have a future as a mass membership organisation? What reforms are needed to attract and retain members, and to truly connect the ALP to the community? What role should the unions and factions play in policy and pre-selection?

These questions and many more will the answered by our panel of insiders and reformers. The panel includes:

David Feeney, Shadow Assistant Minister For Defence, Shadow Minister for Justice, Labor MP for Batman.

Andrew Giles, Labor MP for Scullin and co-author of a paper on ALP reform (http://t.co/76RicML4A6)

Cassandra Devine, Victorian State Convenor of Local Labor, a group established to push for the implementation of the 2010 National Review recommendations for reforming the ALP.

Location: New Council Chambers, Victorian Trades Hall
When: April 1, 2014. 6-7.30pm

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