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National Social Welfare Commission (1972 - 1975)

From
1972
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
To
1975
Occupations
Government department

Summary

The National Social Welfare Commission was created by the Whitlam Labor Government in 1972. It was abolished in 1975 following the election of the Fraser Liberal-National Party Government.

As Chair of the Commission, Marie Coleman introduced the Australian Assistance Plan..

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Chair

  • Coleman, Marie Yvonne

    Marie Coleman was invited by Minister William Hayden and PM Edward Gough Whitlam to Chair the newly created National Social Welfare Commission.

    Date: 1972 - 1975

Elle Morrell

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