The Melbourne Branch of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History promotes, preserves and produces radical, political, and working class history.
For nearly sixty years the Branch has published its newsletter Recorder, held regular meetings with guest speakers or seminar discussions, and organised conferences and events.
If you would like to support our work we would be very pleased to receive your application to join or renew your membership of the branch. It only costs $15 per year for individuals, or $30 for organisations. Click here to download the Melbourne Branch membership form. Or join/renew online through the button below. If you would like to make a donation, you can do that here (please note that at this stage donations are not tax deductible).
If you already a member of the branch, you will have a profile setup in the system. Click on the button below and go to ‘Already a member? Login’. Then enter your email address and you will be sent an email with a password reset link. Clicking on the link will take you to set your password. Once a password is set, you will be redirected to your memberships for the Society. If you have any problems with setting passwords on member accounts contact us for help.
Our cover image is cropped from the photograph above. It is just one of the many magnificent photographs taken by Graham Howe at the second 1970 Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam. It is used here with Graham’s permission. Copyright remains with the photographer © Graham Howe.