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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

Carole Ferrier Papers

  • UQFL474
  • Collection
  • 1963-2010

Pamphlets, bulletins, newsletters, political ephemera, newspaper cuttings and political documents relating to protest politics and culture in Brisbane from the 1970s; debates and issues within the International Socialists and Socialist Action; and research work on Jean Devanny.

Ferrier, Carole, 1946-

Lesley Synge Papers

  • UQFL470
  • Collection
  • 1976-2012

Reports, photographs, badges, posters, newspaper cuttings, meeting minutes.

Synge, Lesley

Women's Community Aid Association Records

  • UQFL457
  • Collection
  • 1969-1995

Records of the Women's Community Aid Association and Brisbane Women's House, and publications and ephemera relating to the women's movement and other political causes in Queensland in the 1970s and 80s.

Women's Community Aid Association

The right to march

A series of videos which outline the 1977 protest action against the banning of political street marches in Queensland by Premier Joh Bjelke-Petersen.

Mark Plunkett Papers

  • UQFL338
  • Collection
  • 1977-1980.

Transcript of hearing relating to bashing of student during demonstation in Brisbane, 1977 (Folders 1 & 2) ;photographs of Right to March demonstrations, Brisbane, 1978 (Folder 3) ;papers relating to a political controversy about Sir Garfield Barwick's shares in Mundroola Pty. Ltd. (Folder 4). Material in Folder 4 originates from period 1978-1981 when Mark Plunkett was assistant private secretary to Bill Hayden (then Leader of the Opposition). Plunkett was asked to investigate the activities of Mundroola Pty. Ltd., the Barwick family company, of which Sir Garfield Barwick was a director, for possible conflicts of interest. Gareth Evans started action to impeach Barwick.

Plunkett, Mark

Madeleine McPherson Papers

  • UQFL307
  • Collection
  • 1978-1984.

Correspondence, leaflets, brochures, minute books, membership lists, newsletters, press clippings, publicity material relating to activities of various Queensland branches and organizations to which she belonged, including Australian Labor Party branches and factions, the Queensland Council for Civil Liberties and the Australia-China Society.

McPherson, Madeleine, 1941-

Queensland Council for Civil Liberties Records

  • UQFL240
  • Collection
  • 1967-2007.

Correspondence, newspaper cuttings, reports, newsletters, brochures, subject files, minutes, notes, memos, press releases.

Queensland Council for Civil Liberties

F. D. O. Fielding Papers

  • UQFL126
  • Collection
  • 1969-2014

Correspondence; articles, newspaper cuttings; newsletters; press releases from Queensland Council for Civil Liberties; University Senate correspondence including minutes and agendas; papers from the Senate Review of Academic Organisation of the University; reports including the Committee of Inquiry into the Development of Pharmacology in the University of Queensland; papers including a history of the Thirty Club meetings from 1921 to 1982.

Fielding, F. D. O. (Fred Derek Osmond), 1929-2014

Ephemera relating to civil liberties and the right to march

  • FVF638
  • File
  • 1967-1979.

Leaflets, posters, petition and correspondence relating to the right to march and civil liberties in Brisbane, 1967-1979. Includes material from various groups and individuals, including Civil Liberties Co-Ordinating Committee, Queensland Council for Civil Liberties, Communist Party, George Georges and other unnamed groups. Includes some material from interstate.

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