Reflecting on #ReduceImmigration activism over three decades – a Melbourne talk

Denis McCormack, founder of the REDUCE IMMIGRATION campaign, will speak in Melbourne about his activism over the last three decades. Readers of this web-site are welcome to attend this free event.

Friday 24 April 2015 at 7.30 pm

Reflections, questions & answers on 28 years of REDUCE IMMIGRATION activism

ESU House, 146 Toorak Road West, South Yarra (stop 27 on the No. 8 tram route)

To assist with seating arrangements, please advise your attendance by telephone (+61 3 9866 3007)  before 1 pm on 24 April. This phone number has a message-bank facility.

During the early 1980s Mr McCormack spent over two years learning Mandarin, teaching English and travelling around the People’s Republic of China. He has been the Australian corespondent for a US quarterly journal, The Social Contract, since 1992. From the late 1980s to late 1990s he was a founding member, office bearer and sometimes electoral candidate, researcher for both Australians Against Further Immigration and Graeme Campbell’s Australia First Party. He worked as an adviser to Graeme Campbell (Labor then Independent MP for Kalgoorlie 1980-98) in his Canberra Parliamentary office, and  today remains an independent researcher involved with


One thought on “Reflecting on #ReduceImmigration activism over three decades – a Melbourne talk

  1. Crikey I remember Denis saying back in 1990 we would never be a given a say on immigration and we were at 17 million…..

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