Australian Fabian Society

Australian Fabian Society

Australian Fabian Society

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The Australian Fabians (also known as the Australian Fabian Society) was established in 1947. Inspired by the Fabian Society in the United Kingdom, it is dedicated to Fabianism, the focus on the advancement of socialist ideas through gradual influence and patiently promoting socialist ideals to intellectual circles and groups with power.

The Australian Fabians have historically had close ties with the Australian Labor Party, also known as the ALP. This is evidenced by the number of past Australian Labor Party Prime ministers, federal ministers and state premiers who were active members of the Australian Fabians while in office. The current Patron of the Australian Fabians is former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam.

The Australian Fabians have had a significant influence on public policy development in Australia since the Second World War, with many of its members having held influential political offices in Australia's government.


The Australian Fabians' Statement of Purpose states:Australian Fabians promote the common good and foster the advance of social democracy in Australia through reasoned debate by: <blockquote>a) Contributing to progressive political thinking by generating ideas that reflect a level of thinking that meets the challenges of the times.<br/>b) Contributing to a progressive political culture by disseminating these ideas and getting them into the public...
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