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Civil Liberties Co-ordinating Committee (Queensland) (1977-) Civil rights -- Queensland
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Judith Clark Papers

  • UQFL609
  • Collection
  • 1970-1992

Flyers, newsletters and internal publications. Includes photographs from the early 1970s and a T-Shirt depicting a caricature of Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen; material from various groups, including Queensland Democracy Support Group, Queensland Civil Liberties Co-ordinating Committee and trade unions calling for action against the Bjelke-Petersen Government during the 1985 SEQEB dispute; material from the Queensland Solidarity Group and Queensland Civil Liberties Co-ordinating Committee relating to Civil liberties and the banning of street marches in Queensland, 1976 to 1992.

Clark, Judith

Speakers' notes, introduction and articles

Material written for use as speakers' notes to provide information and arguments to inform content of speeches given by members of the CLCC. There is an introduction to the various notes, a contents page and the corresponding articles for speakers to refer to around two broader aresa:
The Argument:
Article 1 - The State Government offensive and how to fight it
Article 2 - Chronology of events in CLCC campaign
Article 3 - What is the CLCC?
Article 4 - The need for an extra-parliamentary opposition
Article 5 - Analysis of a speech by Sparkes, President of National Party
Article 6 - Common parliamentary arguments on civil liberties
Resource Material:
Article 7 - Trade Unions
Article 8 - Women
Article 9 - Uranium
Article 10 - Homosexuals
Article 11 - Blacks
Article 12 - Comparative legislation
Article 13 - How to set up an organisation
Article 14 - Criminal law enquiry.

Civil Liberties Co-ordinating Committee (Queensland) (1977-)

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